This is a hand-operated Induction sealing machine with a signature capacity of 4 to 6 caps/minute. This is usually suitable for laboratory use and can cover caps measuring from 20mm to 120mm in diameter. It is a small, portable, and easy-to-carry machine, but a sturdy machine that one can use day and night and on the table.
Induction sealing is the process of combining thermoplastic materials with induction heat. This includes controlled electric heating (usually aluminum foil) by electromagnetic insertion, by the heat generated by the object by eddy currents.
Induction marking is used in many forms of manufacture. Packets are used in the manufacture of packagings such as building tubes on flexible materials, attaching plastic seals to packet forms, etc. mark the top of the plastic and glass containers. This marking process takes place after the container is filled and capped.