The Pharmaceutical Industry


The Three Main Benefits Gained
From Induction Cap Sealing

Extended Shelf Life Icon
Extended Shelf Life
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Tamper Evidence
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Counterfeit Protection

Why Induction Seal Pharmaceutical Products

Tamper evidence, counterfeit protection and extended shelf life are among the reasons companies in the pharmaceutical and health industries rely on induction cap sealing.

Ever since the Chicago Tylenol murders – a series of poisoning deaths resulting from drug tampering in the 1980s – regulations have been in place requiring over-the-counter substances to have tamper-resistant packaging.

One of the easiest and most cost-efficient ways to achieve tamper evidence is through an induction seal.

Certain types of foil seals cannot be removed without leaving evidence on the lip of the container – this alerts the consumer that someone has tampered with the product.

Induction heat sealing is also being used to tackle the growing issue of counterfeit medicines; it is estimated that around 1 million people die every year from ingesting fake drugs.

Using technology such as induction sealing can prevent counterfeiters from imitating your product and damaging your brand’s reputation.

A further benefit of induction sealing is protecting medicines and health supplements from moisture and germs – therefore extending the shelf life.

Induction sealing is suitable for a wide range of products, including prescription medicine, vitamin pills and protein powder.

To find out how Enercon can protect your product and your reputation, contact us today.

Our Super Seal™ 75 took less than an hour to set up and start running. It delivers 100% reliable seals that do not blow, even if the finished product is dropped or roughly handled.
Dave Broadhead, Director at Lindens Apothecary