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Enercon Industries Ltd.

January 07
15:47 2013

Enercon Industries is set to reaffirm its reputation in the UK as the leading developer and manufacturer of advanced induction cap sealing systems by exhibiting its innovative range at PACKTECH 2013.  The event is one of the UK’s premier packaging fairs and will take place at the NEC in Birmingham from 27th – 28th February.

A focal point of Enercon’s stand at PACKTECH will be the Super Seal™ Touch induction cap sealing machine, which is the industry’s first multi-language and multi-functional touch screen induction sealer.  Designed for use in a wide range of packaging applications, from food and beverage, to pharmaceutical, agrochemical and household, the Super Seal™ Touch can be used as a stand-alone line-side unit or be fully integrated into a continuous filling and capping line, giving complete flexibility of operation.  As well as it’s easy to use touch screen interface is available in multiple languages, the Super Seal Touch offers supervisory password protection and recipe management as standard features.

2013 will be Enercon’s fourth consecutive year at the easyFairs PACKTECH exhibition, and it is the high quality of the show itself, and of the visitors that come to our stand that make us return year after year.  PACKTECH is the perfect platform to promote Enercon and our equipment in the UK, and it allows us to make contact with everyone from key industry decision makers to the initial start-up companies of the future

About Enercon:

Enercon Industries are the global leaders in induction cap sealing technology.  From the European Headquarters in Aylesbury, Enercon have over 30 years of experience in delivering reliable, state-of-the-art product and cost effective solutions to the food and beverage, pharmaceutical, agrochemical, automotive and household industries.  More information on Enercon can be found at www.enerconind.co.uk.

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