If you're a packager of pharmaceutical products you are undoubtedly busy determining how you will implement your serialization efforts. The last thing you want to worry about is adhesion of the 2D barcode you're printing on your polyethylene bottle.

On April 23rd, we're teaming up with Leibinger to discuss how you can improve inkjet print adhesion on PE & PP. This 30 minute webinar will give you tips on how to activate low energy surfaces such as those materials used in the pharma industry.

Register today and  learn how plasma treatment economically cleans, etches & functionalizes surfaces prior to printing to enable successful adhesion of ink jet chemistries.

Posted: 4/9/2014 9:20:44 AM by Ryan Schuelke

Our customers repeatedly tell us that our systems are the easiest machines to operate on their packaging lines. Most projects we work on tend to be all about the application. Our concern is focused on  making sure the product leaves the facility properly sealed.

Occasionally we have to look at more than the application and take into consideration the environment the induction sealer will be placed in. One of the more challenging environments our induction cap sealing machines face are chemical plants. Bleach plants in particular can be tough on equipment.

While sealing these products is relatively straightforward, getting the machine itself to withstand attack from the corrosive environment can be another story. Thus we've carefully chosen the components that make up our Super Seal and Super Seal Touch systems to help in these challenging environments.

Our friends at KIK Custom Products recently shared their story with us. Check it out and learn how the construction of their sealers have made a big difference in their operation.

Got a challenging environment? Let us know about it & we'll find a solution for you!

Posted: 4/2/2014 4:06:45 PM by Ryan Schuelke