Field Applications

Induction Sealing Hall of Fame Announces New Members

May 17th, 2013 | By | Category: Hall of Fame Packages

The most recent class of Induction Sealing Hall of Fame packages include: – GreenBottle: completely recyclable milk bottle design from England – PepsiCo Tropicana Products Division: PET product redesign for high performance orange juice packaging line – Justins Nut Butter: a peanut butter company who are nuts about sustainability – Salt Works: air tight gourmet […]


Eliminate leaks during shipping with induction seals

Jan 16th, 2012 | By | Category: Chemical Packaging, Field Applications

Its no wonder so many of today’s major retailers and distribution channels require packagers to take measures to prevent their packages form leaking. A leaking product can damage an entire pallet of products and create headaches during transportation and in the warehouse. And, if the container leaks when it is in the hands of the […]


Induction sealing of oil: good for profits and the environment

Apr 15th, 2011 | By | Category: Food Packaging

“Our 2008-2009 initiative was to go green; one of the first places we started was by replacing our water-cooled induction sealers with air-cooled systems,” said Steve Sampson, Vice President of Operations. The efficiencies of current air-cooled induction sealers provide many benefits for the company. In addition to the energy savings obtained by the eliminating water recirculators, […]


Super Seal™ Touch cap sealer eliminates product leaks

Aug 20th, 2010 | By | Category: Chemical Packaging

As packaging equipment suppliers take advantage of touch screen technology installation and operation of new systems is becoming easier and easier. For PURE BioScience of El Cajon, California the installation on a new Super Seal™ Touch induction sealer with made all the difference in the world. Andrew Lerch, production manager-packaging for PURE BioScience says, “The […]


Induction cap sealer for cosmetics

Aug 18th, 2009 | By | Category: Cosmetic Packaging, Field Applications

Induction cap sealers solve leaking cap problems for both fortune 500 companies and small packaging operations.  In the consumer’s mind visual packaging imperfections devalue their opinion of product quality.  In a retail store a leaking package will be left on the shelf.  If the package leaks on the way home a customer may be lost forever. Jennifer Hardaway, founder of […]


Cap sealer earns repeat business

Mar 13th, 2009 | By | Category: Field Applications, Start-up business

If you’ve ever considered starting your own business you know that packaging is a critical element. Making smart choices when it comes to packaging equipment is critical. For a start-up operation a low price captures your attention.