SKS How-To Video - Induction Sealer Supplies

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Tips & Tricks for Successful Induction Sealing

Induction sealing is a simple way for you to achieve a tamper-evident product, deter leakage, promote freshness, and add value to your product line with the use of induction liners. Enercon's Super Seal Jr. provides a convenient and ideal way for induction sealing. In this brief tutorial, we will explore the power-packed features of this compact sealer and familiarize ourselves with the process of induction sealing.

More helpful links:
Understanding Induction Liners and Induction Sealing Machines
Induction Sealing Guide
About Enercon Induction Sealing
Unraveling the Myths and Mysteries of Induction Sealing

  • Step 1

    Fill your container with your product.

  • Step 2

    Either manually or automatically cap your container with the appropriate torque. Since torque is expressed in inches per pound, as a general rule of thumb torque is about half of the diameter of the cap. We recommend utilizing a Spring Torque testing device (please email us for inquiries on purchasing) to measure the container's necessary torque and you may also reference our Torque Guide chart .

  • Step 3

    Select the correct sealing time, which is usually determined by closure size. Please reference your sealer's manual for appropriate sealing times.

  • Step 4

    Place the cap beneath the sealing head controller, press the trigger, which will activate the heat inducting process. The timer will automatically shut off.

  • Step 5

    After the induction process you'll want to check to make sure your seal is secure.

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