Air Cooled Versus Water Cooled Technology
When induction sealers were first developed in the 1960’s they were as large as a refrigerator and required a water cooling system to keep the electronics from overheating. In the 1990’s dramatic developments led to the downsizing of these systems, but water cooling was still a necessity. In the late 1990’s Enercon introduced the original Super Seal™ air cooled induction sealer and companies around the world quickly adopted the new technology.
Today air-cooled systems are more efficient, more reliable and have greater sealing capabilities from a smaller footprint then their water cooled predecessors. It’s no wonder packagers around the world have replaced their old water cooled systems with maintenance free air cooled technology.