Induction sealing could be the answer. A cap sealing machine is fantastic for protecting everything from medication bottles to motor oil containers or jars of peanut butter.
If you’re wondering whether to invest in an induction sealing machine to aid your manufacturing operations, we’ve put together a list of benefits of induction sealing:
1. It prevents tampering
Sealing your container with an induction heat sealer will help to create an air-tight or hermetic seal that prevents tampering by outside parties. Indeed, it creates a much stronger seal than simple adhesive and will help to ensure your customers are protected. This is particularly important if you operate within the food or pharmaceutical industries and need to abide by strict laws and regulations.
2. It prevents leaks
Loose or inadequate sealed caps often lead to spillages, particularly during transit. To avoid messy shipping disasters from leakers, you should invest in an induction cap sealer that creates leak-proof seals.
3. It improves the shelf life of products
Properly sealed containers help to improve the shelf-life of your product. As the induction seal is airtight, oxidation is reduced meaning colour, flavours and aromas remain fresh for much longer. Products such as protein powders and other health supplements have their active ingredients preserved for much longer. With induction sealing, you can ensure freshness and efficacy is maintained.
4. It boosts customer confidence
Expertly sealed bottles appear safer and more reliable compared to those featuring inadequately sealed caps. If you’re looking to optimise customer satisfaction and build a following for your brand, induction sealing is one of the best options on the market.
5. It’s quick
An induction sealer creates heat in the foil liner of a capped container instantaneously. The induction coil delivers this heat directly to the rim of the container without any direct contact. This means that sealing can take place at up to 100 metres per minute as seen on the fastest food production lines in the world. As the container cools during the remainder of the packaging process the strength of the seal increases further.
6. Induction sealing machines are space-efficient
Induction sealing is a process that is used almost at the end of the production line. The container is filled and capped and then passes underneath the induction sealer. Enercon inline induction sealers are all below 1 metre wide (including the stand) so take up only a small amount of space at the end of line packaging area.