Enercon Debuted New Super Seal Sealing Head at Pack Expo Las Vegas

At Pack Expo Las Vegas, Enercon continued to innovate as it introduced the new All-in-One sealing head now compatible with the Super Seal™ 300, 400 and 600-induction cap sealer.

For packagers sealing a wide range of containers, Enercon’s All-in-One sealing head design offers tremendous flexibility, allowing operators to optimize the induction field to achieve a perfect seal across an entire production range.

“Our prior All-in-One sealing head, while effective, relied on operators to pivot the sealing head into the correct position. To eliminate confusion, Enercon adopted its ingenious design used on our more advanced sealing systems,” said Ryan Schuelke, vice president of sales, Enercon.

The new All-in-One Sealing head simplifies the set-up process allowing operators to use a positive locking mechanism and easy-to-read label to set the sealing head position correctly. The system is ideal for sealing a wide range of cap sizes up to 120 millimeters.

For the first time ever, Enercon’s baseline induction sealer is the most equipped and full-featured system on the market. With the previous innovations made to the new Super Seal™, the system reportedly offers packagers innovative new features that were previously only available with higher-end production models.

For more information, visit https://www.enercon.com.

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