Will a less expensive induction sealer end up costing you more in the long run?

Are you maximizing the productivity of your induction cap sealer?

Finding the appropriate cap sealer for your application may be more complicated than you think. With the launch of numerous new models in recent years, you now have more options than ever before. And your options aren’t restricted to the power source and sealing head of the cap sealer. New features and options can increase the value and productivity of your investment.

R Technologies takes excellent pleasure in providing the industry with the most comprehensive range of power supply, sealing heads, and performance improvement solutions. More options imply a better capacity to tailor a sealing solution to your present and projected future requirements. It also means that you are not limited to a one-size-fits-all solution.

With R Technologies’ product portfolio, you can make the best decision for you. After all, it would help if you didn’t have to pay extra for things that you won’t use. And you surely don’t want to settle for a system that lacks helpful functionality.

Selecting the right cap sealer

So, what are some of your R Technologies options? The first step is to determine your needs in terms of line speed and cap/container combinations. R Technologies’ application experts can assist you in selecting the power supply and sealing head, or heads, best maximize your system’s performance. Our specialists have been educated to evaluate both your current and future demands.

Selecting the right options

In some instances, a simple cap sealer is all that is necessary. Other businesses enjoy the extra quality control that an inspection and rejection system provides. R Technologies provides an integrated solution that is simple to install and maintain for these clients. Advanced users, such as pharmaceutical firms, choose the R Technologies Assists cap sealer, which, among other advantages, has an inspection system as standard.

Some pharmaceutical firms may decide to invest in R Technologies’ validation package. The validation package includes all of the protocol documentation required for packagers to validate their cap sealing process. This is perfect for businesses who want to have their cap sealer in a line control system. An improved operator interface and the ability to remotely manage and monitor your cap sealer operation are other new features.


R Technologies stands behind its goods and guarantees their success. We can do so because of our years of expertise in accurately estimating and constructing bespoke systems for nearly every application conceivable. R Technologies has produced applications that other firms stated couldn’t be done, ranging from two-headed containers to capless containers.

R Technologies’ product portfolio expands to meet your changing demands. On all system upgrades, R Technologies welcomes trade-ins. This way, you’ll always have the most up-to-date technology at your disposal.

If you have a query about system choices or are considering purchasing a new induction cap sealer machine, please contact us immediately for a free application review. We can test your items in our lab and provide you with a solution that meets your requirements.







With The Help of R Technologies Avoid the Difficulties in Manually Capping Bottles

When you work in a company that employs liquid filling technology to package products, you know that the objective is to make the process as automated as possible. Volumetric fillers, for example, pour liquids into containers at a uniform, continuous fill level, while cooling conveyers help molten goods cool faster than typical conveyor belts. For many organizations, capping or sealing the product is one of the final steps in automating the process. Many firms choose to conduct at least some of this procedure by hand, from filling the cap hopper through capping the containers. This is not only a time-consuming procedure, but it also consumes a significant amount of time that might be spent on other parts of your organization. Fortunately, there are a variety of devices available to assist in mitigating the problems associated with hand capping.

Cap Elevators

Cap elevators allow caps to be stored until they are needed. When the hopper of a capping machine runs low, the device is triggered. Rather than keeping the lids in a box, this automatic elevator hopper is intended to feed caps to later automated capping equipment. It is intended to provide a wide variety of different-sized caps, from 10mm to 110mm, making it a versatile solution for automating the first step of the capping process—finding the caps.

Cap Sorters

Cap sorters are valuable machines that help arrange caps to face the right way when the capping machine takes them up to use. Cap sorters are available in elevator configurations, which assist deliver a supply of caps to the capping machine, or vibratory designs, which operate by shaking the caps’ surface until the cap shifts to being appropriately positioned. Once the caps are ready to be fitted, these machines guarantee that the capping machines can do their work correctly.

Capping Machines

Finally, the capping machines themselves are responsible for placing the caps on each container. There are four sorts of machinery for this purpose: spindle cappers, chuck cappers, snap cappers, and wheel pluggers. As the container sits motionless underneath a station, spindle cappers spin the caps onto the goods. Chuck cappers also turn caps onto containers, but this machine is meant to maintain the items flowing at a regular rate, so the lid is placed on the container, and the container is then passed through the machine, which has lid tighteners along the top. Vertical wheel pluggers are used for containers requiring plugs rather than lids, while snap cappers are used to firmly snap the caps onto the container.

When you utilize R Technologies, Induction Cap Sealing Machines, you may save time easily. Don’t stress yourself out by manually capping your items. Instead, use these machines to automate the process, and you’ll be astonished at how much more you’ll be able to do!

Benefits of Induction Sealing: Protecting Your Product & Customers

for medication, such seals can “not be worked out and reappeared without any visible damage” required by medicines the Food and Drug Administration).

The seals are provided within the caps and constructed of an aluminium foil layer, typically sandwiched between other materials. The aluminium layer with wax, paper and adhesive layers is usually held at the top of your hat. Below is a polymer film layer that sticks the metal to the bottle opening.

Once sealed, the bottles are placed under an induction coil, heating the aluminium foil. This heat releases the foil off the cap simultaneously and screws it into the container. A hand-held device or a higher speed conveyor belt can be used to pass the bottle beneath an induction coil. Many systems are waterless today (air-cooled), taking up approximately half the size of previous water-cooled systems.

Induction Sealing vs Shrink Wrapping

While it is common and familiar to combine multiple individual products with shrinking wrapping, induction sealing is still a preferable choice in many circumstances. Some benefits include:

Less Packaging: Shrink-wrap should cover the container entirely without overlapping flaps to comply with the FDA standards. Induction sealing, by comparison, requires only sufficient material to cover the hole.

The heat to form the seal is less required.

A better, safer seal than the shrink-wrap screws that cover just the container’s lid and neck.

The faster sealing procedure, especially for conveyor belt applications.

Less machine space is needed. Only three to five metres of the conveyor belt can provide a whole system demand space.

How to Get Started

First, calculate how many containers you need to seal, as well as their size and forms. Look for a system that can adapt to changes in packing. See much better if your company can develop up. This figure indicates that most vendors can fit caps from 15 to120 mm, up to 180 feet of conveyor per minute.

Next, decide what power you’re going to require. Depending on the number of containers you must seal each minute, the inductive dumpers might demand from 0.5kw to 6kw.

Before you purchase:

  1. Discuss with your supplier and let them know all your product specifics and packaging.
  2. Ask whether they assist you with your phone problems or whether you constantly have to wait for a service person.
  3. See whether their power supply is separate from their sealing systems, so if only one piece has to be changed, you don’t have to return the complete machine.

Let R Technologies Help You.

Call or check our website here at +91 22 27688599 to discuss our capping options and how they are suitable for your system of induction sealing. You may find here more suggestions on selecting an induction cap sealing system. me to discover your optimal operating window once your induction sealing system is set up. In addition to visually damaging your container, too much heat can also cause the seal to break for days.

Industries We Serve

This is the age of product, commercial and banding variations. In this, the packaging is of the utmost importance. In recent years there has been a growing awareness and demand for packaging.

R Technologies includes filling, capping, sealing and labelling with associated facilities for the filling of bottles. Bottle packaging verities are a vital instrument to package, utilise, preserve, protect, transport, and distribute goods in any industry. It also adds the possibility to sort, differentiate, batch, code, and many other things.

The package is not restricted to certain businesses; R Technologies includes diverse sectors such as Pharmaceutics, Ayurvedic, Cosmetics, Personal Care, Home Care, Cleaning Products, Food & Beverage, Dairy, Saxony, Ghee, Edible Oil. R Technologies offers different types of Filling, Sealing and Labelling technology to deliver high-end products at affordable prices.  We integrate both conventional designs and completely tailored, practical and successful solutions with top-quality cost efficiency.

Based on the above, R Technologies provides the continuous full-automation induction cap sealing system with digital keyboard controls, PLC HMI touchscreens with a variety of types of pump filling technologies such as volumetric, piston, gravimetric, weigher, load-based & sealing, inductivity & drive technology, roller, pneumatic cylinder based, timer-based technology pick & place.

Pneumatic stoppers, fibreglass holders, actuators, jacket tanks and hoppers, stirrers, timers, tapering, guide boxes, supports and many more are supplied with a range of technology to suit the requirements of the package. R Technologies is suitable for all industries and product variations. We understand the client requirements and apply our ability to develop the right machine.

Cap Machine System

Bottle Cappers and Caps Tighteners

R Technologies specialise in capping machines and cap feeding systems. Our Capping machines are designed for sealing all types of Bottles and Containers and Jars for pharmaceutical, Ayurvedic, Nutraceutical, Dairy, Juice, chemical, Foods, Edible Oil Lubricant Oil and many more.

What are Caps, and why is Capping Machine necessary?

Capping machines, tighteners are used for Sealing the filled bottles, containers, Jars and related. Caps are mechanisms for closing a container. Caps avoid product leakage, contamination of product, increase the product’s shelf life, and prevent tampering.

There is a wide variety of methods, techniques and equipment used for sealing the various kinds of packaged items, and the containers they complete are distinct.

Sealing and capping play a significant part in the optimum packaging of products. The product is protected by various caps and seals when a suitable capping procedure is employed, providing product safety, quality and efficiency.

The selection of a correct capping machine is considered on following basis:

  • Cap Type: Cap types are essential requirements when selecting cappers (I.e., OPP capper cannot cap Screw caps)
  • Container Type: Various forms and sizes of bottles of glass and jars, plastic bottles and cartons, metal bottles, bottles, ampoules, tubes, etc.
  • Speed requirement: the rate is the number of parts per minute produced by the capper. Slow, semi-automatic, fully automated manual operation
  • Feeding System for Cap and Containers: The machine design and specifications are modified according to the feeding system (It may be a manual, fully automatic bowl or elevator system)
  • Torque Requirement: High reproducibility of torque.
  • Operation Installation Cost
  • Skilled and unqualified machine operators’ availability
  • Available Budget
  • Capping Head: Different Types of Capping heads / Chucks are required to seal other types of caps. It is made from self-lubricating Nylon and is surprisingly strong.

 R Technologies Serves Three Types of basic types of equipment:

  • Automatic Capping Machine
  • Semi-Automatic Capping Machine
  • Automatic Induction Cap Sealing Machine


Semi-automatic capping machines are fantastic for the consistency and ease of use of slight to medium-sized bottling processes.

When fitting in the required workplace, it is highly adaptable. Its flexible nature makes the filling machine or cap feeder easy to install.

Features of the capping machine:

  • Unique top machine for a tiny performance
  • Consumption of low power
  • Compact and flexible device Matt body completed S.S.
  • Suitable for multiple capping, with various changing components and sealing head switching.

The machine may also be linked with the induction sealing and visual inspection machine Filling.