The Three Main Benefits Gained From Induction Cap Sealing
Why Induction Seal Automotive Products
Leak prevention, tamper evidence and maintaining product quality are the primary reasons why manufacturers of the automotive industry use induction cap sealing.
As leaks can be a dangerous and costly issue, many manufacturers opt for induction heat sealing as a way of applying strong and reliable seals to their containers.
Induction cap sealing gives consistent results that match the high production standards of the automotive industry, where brand image is key and where users are looking for products of a high quality.
An intact seal increases consumer confidence by reassuring the end user that the product has not been tampered with and is still of the same high quality as when it left the production factory. Induction sealing is suitable for various oils, lubricants and liquids and can be applied to a variety of containers produced by the automotive industry.
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Induction cap sealing is a good fit for regulatory purposes in our industry, as it ensures the distributors that the product will not spill during transit.
Bob Weale, Supply Chain Manager, Millers Oils
Opet Madeni Yağlari, one of Turkey’s largest fuel oil distributors, has been using Enercon Induction sealing equipment for over ten years. Induction sealing has provided the company with many benefits, including maintaining the quality of its products for the end users.
Millers Oils, a leading developer of automotive oils, wanted to provide added security as well as tamper evidence to its fuel additive. In order to achieve this, the company contacted Enercon Industries and introduced two induction cap sealers to its production line.
While the packaging and filling specialists from Wyepak were working for a bike cleaner brand, they discovered the bottles were leaking too frequently. Having worked with Enercon Industries in the past, Wyepak convinced their customer to move to induction cap sealing for stronger and more reliable seals.