Benchtop Capless Glass Jar Induction Sealer





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Published on Jul 2, 2019

Tamper evidence for Glass Jars has often been pushed into the use of Tamper Bands.
They are difficult to apply in production
They are Difficult to remove for the end user.
They often are dust traps and appear to even attract dust to the product.

Sealing onto Glass can be a combination of the Induction Sealing Material used and the process of the induction sealing.

Induction Sealing is usually achieved with a Foil Under Cap approach where the cap is already loaded with an Induction foil when it is placed onto the container.

Induction Sealing does not work well through metal caps; actually the heats generated in the process can make the coatings under a metal cap volatile and UNSAFE for contact with the contents of the Jar being sealed.

Capless Sealing enables
a) Induction Sealing of Containers that have Metal caps because the sealing process can take place before the Metal Cap is placed onto the container

b) Allows for much higher contact pressure of the Sealing Foil during the induction process; which can be a critical factor in the Induction Foil remaining well bonded in time.


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