Induction Heating and Safe Operations in the Industrial Workplace [Article]

October 2, 2015 tohanlon@reliabilityweb.com

by Jack Rubinger So many people rely on induction heating every day, possibly without even knowing it. Induction heating is used to seal the caps of food containers and pharmaceuticals. A layer of aluminum foil is placed over the bottle or jar opening and induction heating machines fuse it to the container. This provides a tamper-resistant seal, since altering the contents requires breaking the foil.

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