Induction Sealing Hall of Fame - Class of 2009

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Induction sealing's ability to provide tamper evidence, prevent leaks and preserve freshness make it an extremely popular packaging choice.

In recent years Enercon has worked with leading customers on expanding the application range of this technology. The best examples of this success are represented by this group of HALL of FAME honorees.

The packages below were selected by a panel of induction sealing application experts. Each is being honored for the challenges that were overcome to achieve production success with an induction sealing.

If you think your product belongs in the next class of induction sealing Hall of Famers send us an e-mail.

Y Water - Y Water, Inc. (USA)

Challenge
Develop an innovative packaging design and concept while ensuring product freshness for the organic beverage. The creative design features Eastar™ EBO62, a unique copolyester resin which makes it 100% recyclable and reusable, doubling as a aftermarket toy.
Why Induction?
Preserve freshness, instill tamper evidence and leak protection for the enriched water drink.
Solution
Enercon Super Seal™ induction cap sealer and deluxe cap inspection system. Energy efficient, tunnel sealing head creates a hermetic seal for product freshness and tamper evidence

Whole Milk - Tesco Stores Ltd. (United Kingdom)

Challenge
The United Kingdom milk industry was encountering 1.5%- 2% product waste during transport and production of milk; the equivalent of 56 million liters of milk and 3.2 billion plastic bottles each year.
Why Induction?
Prevent leaks, reduce waste and preserve freshness. Provides additional benefit of reducing pack weight by eliminating the need for a tear band and allowing for a thinning of the neck and shoulder of the bottle.
Solution
With Enercon's Super Seal™ Max the UK dairy industry reduces waste and pack weight.

Horlicks™ - GlaxoSmithKline (United Kingdom)

Challenge
The oval shape cap of this European household staple, creates a challenge because induction sealing eddy currents travel in a circular path. The snap-on cap lacks torque required for conventional induction sealing.
Why Induction?
Create an airtight seal to prevent product exposure to moisture.
Solution
Enercon engineers coupled their top belt sealer with the Super Seal™ Max. The top belt sealer is used to ensure that caps apply pressure on the foil during sealing and a customized coil for the Super Seal Max sealed the deal.

Ball Valve - Banjo Corporation (USA)

Challenge
Eliminate need for a cap.
Why Induction?
The ball valve is used in water cubes at construction sites; a hermetic seal replaces the cap, reducing production costs and also keeping dirt and grime out of the water supply.
Solution
Banjo Corp. started with Enercon's Pneumatic Jr. As business increased so did the need for faster production. Banjo upgraded to a customized linear indexing sealing system to meet their line speed requirements.
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