Super Seal™ Max Induction Cap Sealer
Unparalleled High-Speed Capabilities
The all new Super Seal Max induction cap sealer creates a hermetic seal that prevents leaks, preserves freshness and preserves shelf life at performance levels never before possible. Enercon’s engineers have designed this sealer to deliver up to twenty percent more sealing capacity than its predecessor - making it the ideal choice for high speed packaging lines and challenging applications.
Increased cap sealing capacity is just the beginning. A new touch screen interface with one-click-away navigation intuitively unlocks a host of features that packagers will love. Complete cap inspection and container rejection operations are fully integrated, supervisory password security ensures proper operating settings and recipe management enables repeatable results for each container setup.
A full complement of bottle & foil counts, internal monitoring of all critical operating data, descriptive fault information, troubleshooting support, universal voltage input compatibility (200-240V), remote and local control modes and network connectivity make this the industry’s most powerful and comprehensive induction cap sealer. It is currently available in the United States, Canada and Europe. Meanwhile the first generation Super Seal™ Max continues to be available in the rest of the world.
Twenty Percent more Induction Sealing Power with Touch Screen Control
Quick Start Guide
Universal input voltage compatibility (200V-240V)
Mechanically and electrically integrated cap inspection
Stainless steel enclosure
Intuitive Touch Screen Control
One-touch screen navigation
Local Power Level Controls
Compatible with Enercon’s current high-efficiency patented sealing heads
Speaks 8 languages
Supervisory password protection for operator lockout
Recipe Control Mode
All new cap inspection system
Remote Power Level Controls
RS485 or Ethernet remote network control & monitoring
Monitoring of all critical operating data
Container, cap, and foil counters
Descriptive fault information