Having a system to securely cap your bottles is incredibly important. It not only keeps your liquid fresh, but also keeps it sanitary and lets your customers know the container wasn’t tampered with prior to purchase.
What You Need to Know
The first thing you need to think about when investing in a capping machine is choosing the closure design that will be used the packaging system. Some threaded closures are difficult to apply onto a container. As a result, it must have certain procedures to ensure that the cap is put on correctly. This is where a machine like a chuck capper might be useful.
Some capping solutions only work with certain sizes. So, if you have multiple different products with different size caps you may need more than one machine. There are also cap geometries that you need to think about. There are flat caps that work with pretty much any capping solution. However, there are also caps that are square and tall that are restricted to more limited options.
There are other factors you need to consider as well. This includes things like your workspace environment and production rate. You know your business the best. You need to decide how your solution will fit into your current operation. Oftentimes, this is best discussed with an experienced packaging professional. They can help you determine the best solution for your unique needs.
Why Work With Us?
Here at Apex, our goal is to fit our clients with the best possible capping solution for their needs. What makes us stand out from our competitors is our dedication to helping our customers succeed and our high-quality solutions. Our philosophy at Apex is that our customers are like our family. We wouldn’t recommend anything to you that we wouldn’t trust with our own loved ones.
We carry a wide variety of capping equipment to secure nearly any cap type onto a wide assortment of bottles. Our machines utilize the latest technologies to achieve the highest speeds and ensure correct cap completion. If you’re looking for a solution to improve the efficiency of your business, feel free to call us at 219-575-7493, email us at email@example.com or fill out our contact form here.