A loss of seal condition occurs when the output power of the induction sealer drops below the set-point necessary to get an accurate weld. In other words, if it takes 80% output power to achieve seal integrity, the alarm set-point may be set at 77%. If the sealer experiences a drop in power below 77% output, a visual and/or audible alarm triggers the operator that there is a loss of seal condition.
Primary features are:
- Red = stop
- Green = coil field active
- Amber = visual loss of seal indicator
- Horn = audible loss of seal indicator
The loss of seal light package significantly reduces chances of shipping unsealed product. For complete sealing verification, significantly lowering the risk of sending through an unsealed product, incorporate the bottle & cap detection system, in-feed bottle stop and reject mechanism.