Enercon takes cap sealing to the Max

Enercon takes cap sealing to the Max Enercon Industries took cap sealing to the Max this month when it visited the world’s leading trade fair for the packaging industry.

Employees from Enercon’s European headquarters in Aylesbury, England, headed out to Düsseldorf for the seven day Interpack show.

The exhibition was used as a launch pad for the company’s latest induction cap sealing machine, The New Super Seal Max.

Industry professionals and the media were invited to a special stand reception to mark the official unveiling of the new machine.

The New Super Seal Max is the second addition to the Super Seal Touch range of induction sealers and comes complete with a multi-language touch screen.

This machine offers users more refined control, increased productivity and easier integration than ever before.

It was on display alongside others induction heat sealers from the Super Seal range including, the Super Seal Touch, the Super Seal Junior and the Super Seal 75.

As well as looking at Enercon’s equipment, visitors to the stand were among the first to watch Enercon’s new film, Why seal with foil.

The promotional video aims to show why foil sealing is the way forward for many businesses. It features the story of how Enercon and foil sealing helped transform the milk industry by bringing profits up and scrap down and features an Enercon machine live in action in the factory of one of our fastest growing customers - maple syrup and honey producers, Clarks.   
 
Richard Bull, managing director of Enercon Industries Ltd (UK), said: "Enercon was the first to offer a touch controlled cap sealing machine in the Super Seal Touch, which was launched at the last Interpack show in 2011.

"Being one of the greatest packaging shows in the world, we decided Interpack was once again the perfect platform to launch our latest and most innovative machine, The New Super Seal Max.

“It was our seventh consecutive time exhibiting there and we’re pleased to say our most successful yet.

“It set a new record for the number of visitors enquiring about induction foil sealing and our machines.

“The interest we had in our new machine and DVD was fantastic too.”