How SealCheck™ Works
Packaging materials are filled with product and sealed before being cut to individual packs.
By inspecting that the seal is at the required temperature, that it has been applied to the correct area, and that there are no gaps in the seal, you can be assured that the pack will not fail and is safe to be transported and sold to the end consumer.
A defective seal means potential leakages or contamination in logistics or at the point of sale. Badly wrapped product means poor sales.
The SealCheck™ vision system uses one or more thermal cameras to inspect the areas where the product is heat sealed.
The thermal imaging camera provides a measurement of the seal temperature and location, and checks for any gaps.
If SealCheck™ identifies a failure, the system can provide a digital output to the production line.
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