Enercon’s Super Seal™ Touch induction cap inspection system provides increased sealing speed, an intuitively designed touch screen interface, simplified set-up and operation, and capabilities for internal monitoring and remote network communications.
Enercon introduces the Dyne-A-Mite IT surface treater, which improves adhesion for conductive and non-conductive surfaces, providing a safe and effective means of cleaning surfaces and raising surface energy to promote the adhering and bonding of a variety of materials.
Enercon offers both rotary and indexing capless sealing systems, ideal for efficiently sealing containers without caps, or prior to lidding or overcapping. Due to advancements in coil design, these systems can now seal round, non-round, square, rectangular, oblong, metal, glass, and plastic containers.
Enercon offers its Plasma3™ long-lasting treatment technology that improves hydrophilicity and precise surface coating performance, company says. System treats a range of substrates and can be customized to fit most production lines.
Enercon introduces a new generation of ultracompact induction sealing power supplies. When matched with the company’s sealing heads, these new power supplies allow packagers to take advantage of the benefits of induction sealing for new applications, company says.
Enercon offers the ESP monitoring device to assist packagers in determining the performance and consistency of their induction sealing system. Unit measures and quantifies the performance or effectiveness of the induction field produced by a cap sealer.
Super Seal Deluxe™ from Enercon Industries (Menomonee Falls, WI) has a new “all-in-one” seal head for quick changeover. Induction-seals liners to a wide range of containers with advanced microprocessor control and operator interface.
Super Seal Max™ Induction Cap Sealing System from Enercon Industries (Menomonee Falls, WI) incorporates the use of an extended sealing head to increase dwell time, thereby increasing sealing capabilities.
When the new Ultra-Wide Coil is attached to Enercon’s (Menomonee Falls, WI) Compak Jr. induction cap sealer, the unit can seal 155 mm to 165 mm (6.1” to 6 ½”) openings, like those often found on bulk containers.
Enercon Industries (Menomonee Falls, WI) has introduced its new stainless-steel-enclosed, air-cooled, induction cap sealer. The Super Seal(TM) models 75 and 100 are designed to operate without water cooling on filling/packaging lines in the pharmaceutical, nutrition supplement, and health and beauty aids industries.
The versatile Compak(TM) cap sealer from Enercon (Menomonee Falls, WI) ordinarily uses air-cooled technology, operating at 100'/min. When higher production speeds are required (up to 200'/min), the unit can be converted to water cooling.
The Assists 2000 is a new, PLC-based induction sealing control system from Enercon Industries (Menomonee Falls, WI). The system's capabilities provide four operating and control modes, hold five preset product menus (including set power level, coil height, eject delay, eject time and stalled bottle delay), provide a critical fault monitor and a series of help menus.
Enercon (Menomonee Falls, WI) will debut a semi-automatic portable induction sealer at the show. The sealer is designed to cycle when a bottle is placed into it, and automatically shuts off once the sealing cycle is completed.
Enercon Industries (Menomonee Falls, WI) has developed new waxless foils that enable untreated glass jars to be induction sealed at high speeds. Previously, glass containers had to be treated in order to accept a foil inner seal.
The "1" flat sealing head from Enercon (Menomonee Falls, WI) seals 20- through 120-mm cap foil innerseals. Handles continuous-thread as well as child-resistant caps using magnetic energy to align them proper-ly.