SealScope™

Product Ref: SealScope

Monitoring Seal Integrity of packages from flow pack machine types, for 100% on-line inspection of seal integrity at the packaging line.

SealScope™ is a patented, easy to integrate and non-destructive in-line sealing inspection and monitoring technology for flexible packages. Via sensors that are mounted on the sealing jaws, SealScope™ detects product in seal, wrinkles and tapered seals. It also issues early warnings for process drifts enabling preventive machine maintenance. Numerous leading companies in the food, pet care and pharma industry throughout the world are today using SealScope™ to improve their outgoing packaging quality and reduce their packaging cost.

BETTER PACKAGE QUALITY

SealScope™ captures over 90% of compromised packages due to wrinkles and product in seal, resulting in longer shelf-life, monitored customer safety, reduced customer complaints and improved brand image.

INCREASE PACKAGING SPEED

Determine the optimal machine settings and packaging head space for guaranteed quality at high speeds with less standstills, resulting in higher effective machine output under monitored quality

LOWER PACKAGING COSTS

Reduce personnel, machine and package costs thanks to automated seal inspection, higher packaging speeds, reduced head space and lower scrap rate by rejecting individual packages instead of entire batches

COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

Increase market share by offering a better quality product than your competitors


SealScope™ monitoring & inspection technology on pouch packaging line

 

At Lutèce, a leading Dutch mushroom processing company, Engilico’s SealScope™ has enabled a significant increase in packaging quality and packaging machine output.

Together with Engilico, the production people of Lutèce have been using SealScope™ to optimize the packaging process performance. In order to secure the optimized results, SealScope™’s continuous monitoring gives process feedback to the operators and rejects compromised pouches.

 

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