When a consumer opens a new product, cap liners are often found serving as a barrier to the product contents. These foil seals for bottles are trusted by our consumers as they offer tamper-evident seals, additional protection for the product itself, and prevent leaks for safety and shipping purposes.
Foil seals for bottles, be it one-piece induction seals or two-piece induction seals are made of laminates of paperboard and polymer films held together with wax. The cap liner material has many components: the heat seal itself, a middle foil seal, and the backing piece. These cap lining materials undergo the induction coil process to facilitate their adherence to the container mouth. With the application of the appropriate amount of heat and pressure, the cap liner and seals stay put, offering protection for your product.
There are multiple types of capliner material used to cater to different product viscosities and offer a variety of functions for the manufacturer. They may come as either one-piece or two-piece foilseal. Both types of liners protect against product leakage, provide tamper seal and maintain the product’s shelf-life. However, their applications are somewhat different in that one-piece foil induction seals are used more for dry and one-use products while two-piece cap liners are more often used for liquids and products which need resealing after opening. Choosing between these two capliners , however, is still just part of the bigger picture. Another aspect you will need to consider for your cap liner choice is whether your production will make use of roll-form induction seal material or pre-cut foil induction seals.
When the foil seals for bottles are shipped to you, they will come in either the roll form material or pre-cut liner material. What you choose will depend on the volume of products you roll out during production as well as whether you have the space and means to incorporate additional machines into your workflow. Both types have their advantages and both types will suit different sizes of businesses in varied ways.
Pre-Cut Cap Liners and Seals
There are some instances when pre-cut foil liners will work better for your production line. When a new product or container is still in its trial phase, using pre-cut liners is better as it is more economical for smaller production. Likewise, when the production line is trying out new ideas for the lineup, pre-cut foil seals may be preferable. For smaller-scale projects that are just starting out with modest budgets, these liners may be the way to go.
Another advantage of pre-cut induction seals is the efficiency and speed they add to your production. Once the pre-cut foil seals arrive, they are ready to be applied to the caps and containers; whereas roll-form liners will need to undergo slitting and cutting processes before the cap liners can be used.
Roll-Form Lining Material
Some businesses, however, will opt for roll-form cap liners. This type has its own pros and cons. These liner materials can be used for bigger production lines with the capacity for larger machines. For this type of cap liner, liner insertion machines will need to be fitted into production to facilitate clients’ in-house induction sealing. Usually, our clients who opt for this kind of cap lining material are dedicated manufacturers, contract manufacturers, or suppliers of caps and closures. They benefit from incorporating the production of most of the component parts within their lineup, to increase product throughput and lessen their dependence on other manufacturers for their product components.
Pre-cut and Roll Form Cap Liner Supplier
Depending on where you are, both Benefel Pty Ltd and Adeneli Packaging can help you with your supply of cap liners. Our experts are on standby to take your calls and chats. Whatever product you may have, we have the perfect liner material for you. Product consultation is free and we are happy to develop partnerships with our customers by supplying consumable products that work well with your packaging machinery.
Roll Form Foil Seal and Insertion Machines Supplier
Roll Form Cap Lining Material is supplied to our clients that use Liner Insertion Machines and it can also be supplied to clients that are using Capless Induction Sealing Equipment that is roll-fed. Usually, our clients are dedicated caps and closures manufacturers or importers. There is a growing trend for some of the higher volume FMCG manufacturers to bring cap and bottle production in-house and they are pleased to learn we are able to assist with Roll Form Cap Lining Material.