Enercon Induction Sealing News

2008 Sealing Handbook available as PDF

The handbook is a tremendous resource for anyone involved with induction sealing. Quickly access information on troubleshooting tips, identify application issues, setup and operation, maintenance procedures and more.

Inductees of the Induction Sealing Hall of Fame to be announced at PackExpo Las Vegas

Enercon will showcase the five inaugural members of the Induction Sealing Hall of Fame at Pack Expo Las Vegas. These unique packaging applications represent the greatest challenges to the physics of induction sealing.

Induction sealing webinar - Achieving a Perfect Seal Every Time

Join Enercon's webinar on May 27, 2009 at 10am (CST) to learn how to achieve a perfect seal every time. This webinar is ideal for anyone involved with sealing and quality control. The technical content will be useful to those who use Enercon sealers as well as those who use other brands. Enercon will be joined by industry experts from leading liner, cap and container suppliers.

Induction sealing webinar captures international audience

Enercon Industries, Selig Sealing Products and Unipac Induction Seals recently collaborated on an informative webinar that drew interest from packagers from around the world. The seminar focused on ways to add value to brand identity through the use of induction sealing.

Industry leaders to participate in free webinar

Enercon will participate in a seminar that will focus on ways to incorporate induction sealing into an integrated packaging and marketing strategy. Attendees will be updated on the latest.

Liner retention, Servo Torque and Liner Selection on the minds of webinar attendees

Enercon, Selig Liners, Phoenix Closures and BellatRx recently presented a webinar on optimizing liners, caps and capping for induction sealing. During the question & answer session after the presentation attendees had the opportunity to ask the panel questions.

New Sales Manager - Larry Sterna

Many of you know Larry Sterna from his inside sales efforts for Enercon over the last several years. Last year Larry added to his sales responsibilities when he was named Regional Sales Manager for.

New Sales Manager - Ryan Schuelke

Ryan Schuelke brings over a decade of experience with Enercon to his new post as Regional Sales Manager for the states of California, Washington and Oregon. Ryan is very active in the packaging industry as the.

New Super Seal Jr packs sealing power into small portable package

The new Super Seal™ Jr offers an unprecedented combination of sealing capability, portability, and production flexibility from an incredibly small footprint. And, it seals everything from the smallest closures to.

Owen Schmidt promoted to Regional Sales Manager

Owen Schmidt has been promoted to Regional Sales Manager, Induction Sealing Systems. He will be responsible for supporting Enercon customers in the Southern and Western United States.

RCM System integrates induction sealing into packaging line control systems

Enercon's new RCM (Remote Control and Monitoring) option package allows packagers to incorporate induction sealing into sophisticated line control and SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) systems. Simple remote control and operation is also available from a PC.

Remodeled facilities enhance customer application trials

Enercon's remodeled laboratory is the most comprehensive facility of its kind. From hand held systems to high speed production models the lab provides our customers and application experts with the resources they need.

Schuelke named Director of Induction Sealing Sales

With Ryan Schuelke's display of a passion for customer satisfaction and his active commitment to the packaging industry, Enercon is pleased to announce Ryan Schuelke's promotion to Enercon's Director of Induction Sealing Sales.

Variable Sealing Control optimizes sealing energy for line speed fluctuations

New Variable Sealing Control (VSC) ensures reliable seals by automatically compensating for changes in line speed. Induction sealing relies on three variables: pressure, heat and time. Without VSC technology the sealing process requires a consistent line speed.