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 Affordable Induction Sealing Machines 
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Affordable Induction Sealing Machines
by: Todd M. Cannon



The high cost of induction sealing machines has been a barrier of entry to many startup packaging companies. A Packaging Systems now offers hand held induction sealers starting at $1800, whereas the closest competition sells similarly powered machines at prices well over $6,000. These new affordable induction sealers open up many new opportunites to affordably package short runs, trials, etc...

The APSIS Induction Sealer is designed for the needs of pharmaceutical, food, cosmetic, pesticide, oil and chemical industries to provide leak-proof and tamper-proof container sealing. It can be used to seal different kinds of compound aluminum foil, such as PE, PET, PP and glass, etc.

Specifications:

500W adjustable power
100 KHz Operating Frequency
Handles cap diameters from 10 to 100 mm
Production capacity of 22~25 cpm.
Power requirements – 220 VAC, 10A
Dimensions: L. 360 x W. 260 x H. 120mm

Why induction seal?

1. Tamper Evidence - Deter Pilferage

2. Leak Prevention

3. Increased Shelf Life - Product Freshness

Where any of the above conditions are preferred and/or mandated, we can supply the right induction sealer to fulfill your requirement. Qualified APS personnel are always available to answer questions about induction sealing. A Packaging Systems has a fully functional lab to run your samples for inspection.

The induction sealing process invloves an induction current being applied to a metal liner in a plastic cap. The bottle is first filled, 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.

About The Author

Todd M. Cannon is a packaging equipment expert and owner of A Packaging Systems. Visit his web sites http://www.apackaging.net and http://www.buypackagingmachines.com. You may also contact him toll free at 866-369-9030 x101.




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