At well over 1 million sq ft and growing, the triennial plastics showcase will have operating equipment at 400+ booths.Read more
PFFC's "On Print" columnist Dene Taylor will present educational session on packaging.Read more
The fundamentals of air entrainment, entrapment, and rheology are critical to product success.Read more
The high barrier performance of EVOH, even after abuse, has allowed for conversion from foil and metallized film laminations to co-extruded barrier films.Read more
News | New Products
Guardian chucks offer new handwheel, journal seat, and housing design
New version of the Sanilox system can be seen on company’s redesigned website
Patent-pending films developed by Pregis for inflatable cushioning applications
Thermoplastic elastomers are said to protect the freshness, quality, and safety of food and beverages
The company has had a busy and productive decade as a supplier of protective packaging solutions
An impressive array of speakers also will address economic trends, building winning organizational cultures, and more
SpearRC developed to offer PET bottle the benefits of pressure-sensitive labels
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MENOMONEE FALLS, WI—When products come off the packaging line exhibiting inconsistent seals, the first thought is to blame the induction sealer. In fact, 99% of the time the induction sealer is not the reason for a bad seal. A new white paper from Enercon Industries explains the application variables packagers should look for when troubleshooting inconsistent induction sealing.
A chart included in the white paper provides a quick and easy reference to the most common symptoms and causes of partial seals, weak seals, difficult-to-remove seals, burnt cardboard liners, low removal torque, and more.
By reading this white paper, packagers will improve their understanding of the induction sealing process, application variables, and troubleshooting techniques. It can be used for immediate productivity improvements, as well as be archived for training new line operators. See enerconind.com/sealing.