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Induction Sealing Machine

Induction sealing is a non-contact process of heating metals. It has many industrial applications, one of them is in packaging industry wherein a heat - sealable foil laminate inside the cap of the container can be made to form a hermetic seal with the mouth of the container. A typical induction sealable laminate consists of a layer of duplex board / backup material, a layer of wax, aluminium foil duly laminated to heat - sealable polymer that is compatible with the bottle material and capable of heat sealing to the lip of the container. This multi-layered liner is placed inside the closure and capped on to the container. When the container is passed through an electromagnetic field produced by the induction machine, the foil heats and melts the wax layer which is absorbed into the duplex board / backup material, releasing the laminate from the board and the polymer coating melts, hermetically sealing the foil laminate to the mouth of the container.

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Air Cooled Induction Sealing Machine


Water Cooled Induction Sealing Machine


Water Cooled Induction Sealing Machine


Water Cooled Induction Sealing Machine

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Water Cooled Automatic Induction Sealer

Technical Data Sheet

Corrosionpedia explains Technical Data Sheet (TDS) A technical data sheet (TDS) is used for both informational and advertising purposes. From an informational standpoint, a TDS has useful tips about product, such as how to use it, what it is made of, things to be wary of while using the product, and its official name and industry standard specifications. From a marketing standpoint, it may contain pictures and colorful illustrations as well as entire sections describing the benefits that the product will deliver to the end user. A TDS is not to be confused with a material safety data sheet (MSDS). The goal of the MSDS is to specifically inform the end user of any dangers that the product may present. This is not the goal of the TDS, although it may include several safety considerations. Furthermore, material safety data sheets must follow a set template guided by an industry standard, whereas a technical data sheet can be presented at the discretion of the product manufacturer and contain whatever information they deem suitable. Many countries mandate that a material or product have a MSDS; most do not require a TDS.

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