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    Induction Sealing Wads and Liner-SPE -HS- 130

    SPE - HS-130 Induction seals are 2 pieces 5 layer induction wads. Induction sealing wads and induction sealing liners can be used for packing of both dry and liquid materials. SPE -HS - 130 has a typical structure suitable for giving high seal strength property with good barrier and leak resistance to oils, liquids & chemicals. It consists of heat seal Polyethylene, aluminium foil, polyester film, wax & pulp board.

    PET laminated bottom layer gives leakproof seal for liquid contents. These types of induction sealing wads are mostly used to package edible oil, hydraulic oil, dairy products, food, cosmetic items, bleach and some types of chemicals. Seal strength is typically dependent upon the laminate thickness which can be changed by altering the thickness of different layers of SPE - HS-130 wad and so it is possible to develop customized seal strength. Custom printing of induction sealing liners and wads as per customer requirements is also possible.

    Significant Features:

    Innerseal Structure: Heat Seal/ Foil/ PET/Wax/ Pulp Board

    Bottle Material: PE

    Seal Feature: Weld Seal or Temper Evident

    Applications: Dairy, Food, Bleach, Auto-Fluid, Some Chemicals, etc.

    Frequently Asked Questions:

    1. Q: What are the features of tamper evident seal?

      Ans: The tamper evident seal applied through induction sealing process cannot be removed intact and thus provides tamper-evidence. Also, the seal can include security features like holography to prevent counterfeiting and improve brand recognition.

    2. Q: Is induction sealing better than other cap sealing?

      Ans: Yes, induction sealing is a quite reliable sealing technique. The seal integrity of induction sealing liners and wads is lab tested by carrying drop tests simulating harsh transportation conditions.

    3. Q: Does packaging of different liquids require different seal strength sealant layers in induction sealing wads?

      Ans: Yes, depending upon chemical inertness or aggressiveness, sealant layers have to be varied so that even after coming in contact with the liquid, the sealant layer remains intact and doesn’t let the liquid get contaminated by the external atmosphere

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