16 Years manufacturer PP CAP Aluminum foil to Porto Importers

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We always work as a tangible team to ensure that we can provide you with the best quality and the best price for 16 Years manufacturer PP CAP Aluminum foil to Porto Importers, It is our great honor to meet your demands.We sincerely hope we can cooperate with you in the near future.

Technical Specifications
♦ Thickness: 0.01-0.35mm
♦ Material (alloy): 8011, 3105, 1050, 1060
They are applied in several of materials bottles. The products are laminated with paperboard and aluminum foil, aluminum sealed on bottle and cardboard left in the cap after heating.

Used widely in the open sealing for medicine, foodstuff, cosmetic and industrial oil.

It has the excellent property for protecting damp, seepage and being anti-fake.The foil is really safe, healthy and quick and also raises the added value of the product.

Major applications
The composite aluminum foil sealing films poduced by our factory,such as polythene(PE), polypropylene(PP), polyeste(PET), polyvinyl(PVC), hot melt glue,easy film and glass etc,mainly used for the sealing of bottles on food,medical,and chemical products.

The composite material electromagnetic induction sealing technique is the advanced sealing means recognized by the world now,and its contactless heating is suitable for sealing of sealing of plastic bottle(PP,PVC,PE,ABS,HDPE,PS and DURANCON),glass bottle and various composite plastic hose so currently it is the most advanced technology for sealing bottles in such inductries as pharmacy,food,grease,daily chemistry,domestic chemistry,and agricultural chemistry.

Working principle
The main machine transmits its extra-audio current to the sensor,and the aluminum foil on the bottle mouth,under the sensor,produces extraudio current owing to electromagnetic induction,and it reached high temperature instantly in this way,the composite film on the lauminum foil will melt and bind with the bottle mouth,achieving the sealing effect of high-performance and high quality.
Our products have adopted several newly developed technologies,and the technological level is in a leading position in the industry Key compoments are adopted the internatioal brand-name products,The strict inspections are carried out before the products leave the factory ,Therefore the products have excellent quality,stable and reliable performance,and are the first choice for customers.

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    Primary Production Location: Los Angeles, California

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