The Three Main Benefits Gained From Induction Cap Sealing
Unit Cost Reduction
Why Induction Seal Chemical Products
The main benefit chemical and agrochemical manufacturers gain from moving to induction cap sealing is leak prevention.
The protection against leaks is particularly important as chemical leakages can cause hazardous conditions as well as interrupt your production and result in costly issues.
The foil seal created by induction technology acts as a barrier to ensure chemical products remain inside their containers, while also protecting the product from the external atmosphere and temperature variations.
An induction seal can help manufacturers meet the rules and regulations for the transport of dangerous goods.
The type of seal you use can be adapted to suit different types of chemicals. The options include a stronger seal to increase security or an advanced type of foil for chemicals that require ventilation.
To find out more about how induction cap sealing can benefit your business, contact us today to speak to one of our technical experts.
You can’t put a price tag on dependability. Customer complaints are nearly eliminated and 99% of our problems were solved with the induction sealer – it was a godsend.
Darryl King, Director of Operations for Floratine
Chemfix, the UK's leading manufacturer of wood repair solutions for the professional market, was looking for a way to extend the shelf life of the water based wood filler and ensure the effective use of the its product was increased. The solution was to hermetically seal its containers, in order to protect the contents from the external atmosphere.
EEP, a manufacturer of embalming fluids, was in search of a reliable sealing solution to prevent its products from leaking and to provide them with more resistance to temperature variations. In order to do so, the company contacted Enercon Industries and introduced an induction cap sealer to its production line.
Floratine, a manufacturer of soil and turf products, was searching for a way to ensure safe and secure transport of its products, to avoid any further customer complaints due to damaged containers and leaking products. The company contacted Enercon Industries and introduced induction cap sealing to its production line, as a way of applying hermetic seals to its containers.