Enercon's induction sealing heads designed specifically for child-resistant packaging

Release date: 10/1/2006

MENOMONEE FALLS, WI – The hermetic seal created by an induction sealer promotes product security that is recognized by the FDA as a means of tamper-evidence. Using this same technology, Enercon Industries offers induction sealing heads specifically designed for child-resistant caps. Enercon’s narrow tunnel design seals a 38mm diameter cap or smaller, while the wide tunnel sealing head will seal caps up to 53mm in diameter. Each sealing head can be used with any of the high speed Enercon Super Seal™ sealers as the unique sealing heads direct the sealing energy to the cap’s foil inner liner – ensuring reliable sealing.

Sealing is accomplished by passing containers under an electromagnetic sealing head which generates heat to release the membrane seal from the liner and adheres it to the land of the bottle. Enercon offers a wide variety of cap sealers to ensure seals are effectively applied even while using a nontorqued snap-on cap. Whether a customer’s application requires Enercon's Super Seal™ sealers or a table-top Compak Jr.,™ customers can be assured that Enercon will match the sealer to their specific application. Furthermore, induction sealing systems require minimal space, are simple to operate and can be retrofitted without making any major filling line changes.

More information on these systems is available at www.enerconind.com/sealing. Enercon Industries Corporation, headquartered in Menomonee Falls, WI, supplies a complete range of automatic and semi-automatic induction cap sealers to the packaging industry. The company also manufacturers custom surface treating systems.