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Induction Capper

An Induction Capper is a non-contact heating process that welds a foil laminate (called an inner-seal) to the lip of jars and bottles. The sealing process takes place after the filling and capping operation. The eddy current heats the aluminum foil liner that seals the mouth of the container. Induction sealing is extensively used for plastic and glass containers of varying sizes. Capped containers pass under an induction cap sealer mounted over a conveyor. The induction capper is mainly applicable of capping operation of non- metal bottleneck such as plastics and glass.