Comparison

Conventional Conduction Sealing

  • Inefficient, most of the energy put into the head is lost into the surrounding environment
  • Poor reliability with regular element & thermocouple failures due to high temperature levels within head whilst operating.
  • Difficult to control with temperature time-lag
  • Workplace safety issues with hot surfaces
  • Lost production with warm-up & cool down
  • Conduction seals typically difficult to peel as trade-off exists between seal strength and operability
Direct Induction Sealing

  • Highly efficient, only the foil seal is heated during the sealing process
  • Extremely reliable since system is solid state and sealing head remains at ambient temperature with no thermal stress
  • Precise digital control over energy input to head
  • Extremely safe as no hot surfaces present
  • Instant start-up and shut down for optimum availability