The induction sealing process bonds a foil laminate inner seal to the lip of a container. After the container has been filled and capped with an induction-lined closure, it passes underneath the induction sealing system. The non-contact heating process welds the liner to the container creating a hermetic seal.
When properly applied, induction lined caps provide a hermetic, leak proof, and tamper evident seal. Using an induction sealing system is ideal for extending product shelf life, preserving freshness, preventing costly leaks and enhancing your product's value.
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- Easy hand held design.
- Extremely Simple to Use. Easily Relocated to where its needed in the Packaging Area.
- Maximum sealing power from a small footprint.
- Accommodates various cap sizes without exchanging sealing head
A pleasant surprise
"It's very cheap, don't object to them because of the small flaws."
"A penny is worth the goods." I thought so when I first purchased it. "Unfortunately", so far, I don't have any flaws in it, it is able to seal caps of various sizes, I am very happy.
From: Guest | Date: 9/28/2019 10:08 PM
easy to use.
easy to use. The sealing effect is great.
From: Guest | Date: 10/8/2019 9:32 PM
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