|Minimum Order Quantity||5000 Piece|
|Type Of Packaging||Box|
|One Packet Contain||100|
|Dimension as per your requirements||YES|
|Minimum Order Quantity||500|
Induction wads are made from a laminated structure that includes a layer of aluminum foil, a sealing layer, and a pulpboard or foam backing. The aluminum foil layer is essential for the induction sealing process. Here's how it works:
Placing the Induction Wad: The induction wad is placed onto the mouth of the container, typically over the bottle or jar's opening. The pulpboard or foam backing provides structural support for the aluminum foil layer.
Induction Sealing: When the container with the wad is passed through an induction sealing machine, a high-frequency electromagnetic field is generated around the container's neck. This field heats up the aluminum foil layer in the induction wad, causing the heat-sensitive sealing layer to melt and adhere to the container's rim.
Sealing and Bonding: As the sealing layer melts, it creates a hermetic seal between the wad and the container. This seal is highly effective at preventing leaks, preserving product freshness, and providing evidence of tampering. Once the container cools down, the seal solidifies and becomes an integral part of the packaging.
Benefits and Applications:
Tamper Evident: Induction wads provide clear evidence of tampering since the seal cannot be broken and resealed without leaving visible signs of interference.
Leak-Proof: The hermetic seal created by the induction wad prevents leakage, keeping the contents of the container secure during storage and transportation.
Preservation: Induction wads help maintain the freshness and quality of products by preventing oxygen, moisture, and contaminants from entering the container.
Hygiene and Safety: Induction-sealed containers are more hygienic and safer for consumers, as they reduce the risk of product contamination and ensure the contents are as intended.
Customization: Induction wads can be customized with branding, logos, and information to enhance product visibility and consumer confidence.
Induction wads are commonly used for packaging various products, including:
Pharmaceuticals: Induction-sealed bottles for medicines and drugs to ensure product integrity and safety.
Food and Beverages: Bottles and jars containing sauces, condiments, beverages, and dairy products to prevent spoilage and leakage.
Cosmetics and Personal Care: Induction-sealed containers for creams, lotions, shampoos, and other beauty products.
Chemicals: Containers for chemicals, cleaning agents, and industrial fluids to prevent leaks and contamination.
Healthcare: Induction-sealed packaging for medical supplies, diagnostics, and laboratory reagents.
In summary, induction wads play a crucial role in providing tamper-evident, leak-proof, and hygienic packaging solutions for a wide range of products. The induction sealing process creates a reliable seal that helps preserve the quality and safety of the contents, making it a popular choice in industries where product integrity is paramount.
|Minimum Order Quantity||01 Piece|
|Usage/Application||Applying BOPP Tapes|
|Carton Dimensions||1755 X 800 X(960-1650)|
|Speed||30 CARTOON PER/MIN 20 METER/MIN|