What are Induction Liners, How they work and Why you need them

Induction liners are a form of container cap sealers found beneath the cap of a variety of products, including Tomato Sauce Ketchup bottles, Automobile Liquid fluid bottles, and many more. Induction liners serve us with a variety of important functions

  • Preserve products
  • Act as Tamper Evidence
  • Prevent leakages
  • Retains Aroma
  • Improves Product Shelf Life

Some packaging industries require products to have induction liners. For example, all FSSAI products require tamper-evident packaging for any over-the-counter products. Then Hazardous materials like Automobile Liquid fluid bottles and other products may also require cap seals for safety purposes. Other logistic agencies are pushing more companies to outfit their containers with these seals for increased shipping safety. Regardless of your need, induction liners can serve an important purpose for all your liquid products.

How Do Induction Liners Work?

Induction liner, also known as a heat seal liner, is named after the process used to attach the seal to bottles or any container. The seal itself consists of three layers first is the seal, then foil in the middle, and backing is given in the last. Liners are added inside the cap of the container so that it is properly sealed and doe not allow any leakage. When at the consumer’s end the consumer can remove or break the seal in order to use your product inside the container.

The liner attachment process is either done by hand manually or through an automated sealing machine or unit. Every cap is torqued to a certain limit depending on the size of the container. A compatible application of torque can help ensure that you have an appropriate and proper seal on every container which is important whether you sell hazardous material or food products that may spoil.

The amount of torque varies with the size of the cap or type of container you use – for example, plastic has different torquing needs than a glass one. Cap and Seal company manufacturers have their own torque recommendations defined.

Once the cap is attached with the right torque the container goes through the heating tunnel that will apply the right amount of heat to your caps. Once the container cools down the seal is set.

Do you need quality packaging solutions for any of your products? At Maauli Associates, you will be able to find a wide collection of induction sealing (lift-and-peel seal, a tri-tab liner, etc) that is safely packed with the right tool. If you have the product to preserve, it will be a good candidate for the versatile containers, you can approach us. We strongly believe that the efficiency of the materials also depends on the way it is processed and packed. So, ensure you pack the products using the right elements using our induction seals to preserve them.

To know more about our Induction Liners working call us on (+91) 9834024794 or mail us at sales@maauliassociates.com    

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