Product Data Sheets
Induction sealing is a unique non-contact heating process that hermetically seals a container by attaching a foil innerseal material to the bottle neck, land area, of a container. Induction sealing requires little, if any, modification to an existing packaging line.
Glue applied lining materials consist of an aluminum foil/glassine membrane, polymer laminated to either a white lined folding box board or an expanded PE backing material.
Traditional Reseal Liner
Primary base liners represent the most basic approach to container sealing without tamper evidence. They range from single layer polymers to multi-layered composites of papers, films, foils and coatings combined for specific performance attributes.
DUOSEAL™ Induction bonding materials are unique double-sided heat induction foil materials that permanently bond two plastic components such as a closure and container. Available with or without a core construction of foam or board, induction bonds deliver consistent bonding between a wide range of plastic packaging materials as well as foils.