INDUCTION CAP SEALING
Induction cap sealing process is the most cost-efficient and effective
way to protect the quality and integrity of your product. The induction
cap sealing process bonds a foil disk or "cap seal" to a container using
induction current without direct contact. The induction sealing process
involves an induction current being applied to a metal liner in a
plastic cap. The bottle is first filled and then the cap is applied. The
cap already has the liner inside. The liner contains the sealing
material adhered to a foil layer. The induction current heats the foil
liner melting the sealant. The pressure of the threaded cap upon the
bottle provides the required pressure. As the sealing layer cools it
adheres to the bottle.
process provide air tight tamper proof seals on a wide range of products
from food packages, drugs, beverages, solvents to chemicals. With a Cap
Seal in place product leakage is prevented from almost any style of
styles that work with induction sealers include:
Standard flat CT
Hinged topped just to name a few.
Associated Packaging’s experience and capabilities in application
assessment for Induction Sealing will allow us to develop wide-ranging
custom solutions for virtually any application you may have.
Benefits of Induction Cap Sealing