Following frequent inquiries from smaller businesses, some start up companies, and testing labs looking for a reasonably priced induction machine, we have decided to make available a safe and affordable induction sealing unit.
Handheld or Bench Top Induction Option
Smaller businesses have low budgets in mind, but it doesn’t mean that they are ready to compromise machine safety and the integrity of their products. Regrettably, there are not too many good options available in the market. The majority of low cost induction sealing units do not present CE safety certification for LV and EMF.
Induction Machine CE Safety Certification for LV and EMF
The CE mark should be applied in order to legitimately market electrical and electronic products in the European Union (EU), but only after you have proven compliance with all applicable directives. Compliance is established by testing the applicable harmonized standards for the safety of electrical and electronic products in relation to the effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF) and EMC on the functional safety of equipment. CE marking requirements now include compliance with electromagnetic field and electromagnetic compatibility standards. Manufacturers must ensure that products already on the market comply. This is precisely the reason why almost all other low cost induction sealing units do not have this CE safety certification.
Safe Induction Machine Option
The conception of SealerOn100™ was brought about by this need to supply the market with a machine that is certified safe and efficient. Induction machines generate high current and high electromagnetic field to accomplish their tasks. The birth of SealerOn™-100 has filled a gap in the SealerOn™ range that has provided a dependable solution to higher throughput equipment our clients are familiar with and put their trust in.
Immediately after its initial launch, we were flooded by a large number of inquiries. The unit is fully serviceable and it is fashioned to have its main electronics replaced in under 5 minutes! Watch our video:
How Induction Sealing Takes Place
Induction sealing is a straightforward and simple process but an efficient way to seal bottles. The filling machines fill the bottles and are capped at some point. The plastic cap has an aluminium foil liner inside. Once the capped bottle passes under the induction sealing machine, which transmits electromagnetic energy to the foil liner, the liner becomes hot and welds itself to the neck of the container which remains in place even when the cap is removed. The aluminium foil provides a tight seal that helps prevent leakage, provides tamper evidence and can improve the shelf life of the product.
For small production run of sealing a few hundred units a day, SealerOn™-100 is a good solution. Highly recommended for:
- smaller or start-ups businesses looking to introduce a new product in the market
- ideal for laboratory testing and applications
- a low cost backup measure for higher end induction equipment
When you have time to properly align the sealing head visually, the SealerOn™-100 can be supplied with just a sealing head or wand. To insure a steady and even sealing, it is essential that the sealing head is level and well centered. The option of a stand to hold the sealing head and a locating bracket that aligns the product under the sealing head is made available to eliminate alignment errors.
We are proud of our SealerOn™ range of induction sealing equipment that performs reliably, safely and are easily serviced. We are delighted to be able to present a realistic and safe alternative for those in need of low budget, bench top or hand held induction sealing machine.