About Induction Seal Manufacturing
Induction seals are inner seals between the cap and the opening of the bottle for an extra barrier of protection of the product. This is manufactured using an induction coil, which emits an oscillating electromagnetic field that heats the seal to the container which protects heat sensitive materials. There are various liners to choose from, though a typical induction seal liner is made of layers of paper pulp, aluminum foil, and polymer film.
Induction Seal Manufacturing Attributes
Some advantages to induction sealing include its resistance to tampering and proof of the lack thereof, elimination of costly recalls due to product leakage, increased shelf life, and reduced pilferage. Induction sealing gives your consumers peace of mind and confidence in the product when opening the package.