Foil Detection and Bottle Back up Detection

Enercon foil detection and bottle back up detection options provide two valuable functions for your Super Seal™ 50, 75 and 100 induction cap sealing operation. For inspection options for the Super Seal™ Touch and Super Seal™ Max please visit the Cap Inspection page.

Foil Detection

Closure manufactures do an excellent job at ensuring each cap they manufacture and ship to you contains a foil inner liner. However, on occasion the liner may be missing - it may fall out in handling or in the hopper before capping. Regardless of what the cause may be, we want to ensure you have the ability to detect whether a foil is present just before it passes under an Enercon induction sealing system.

In addition to detecting foil presence we also provide a signal to trigger a rejection device such as the Enercon eJector, removing the offending container from your production line.

Bottle Back up Detection

Detects containers should they backup under the sealer. If this condition is detected the induction sealer will automatically shut off.

Why is this important? Remember the induction sealing process heats the foil inner liner. Should the sealer continue to run with containers stopped beneath it, it could cause damage not only to your products but also to the sealing system itself should the liner overheat and begin to burn.

Enercon systems are designed to operate in a maximum ambient temperature of 40°C (104°F) @ 80% relative humidity, non-condensing.


Containers are inspected
for foil presence and detect bottle back up conditions with Enercon's Motion Foil group.