Sigma II Neo is well known for its trouble free and reliable performance. World over, round the clock, these induction cap sealing machines have performed continuous duty operations in various industrial applications.

Sigma II Neo is designed to operate with variations in mains input voltage from 210 V Ac – 250 V Ac. It also seals at the rate of 55 feet/min.

Sigma II Neo

Ease of operation and reliable performance is what makes this cap sealing machine most preferred by factory managers and packaging engineers.

With over 45 years of experience in the packaging industry, our R & D team has many opportunities to apply induction sealing technology for various container shapes and sizes. As a result, customers can choose from a standard flat sealing head, tunnel sealing head or a customized sealing head for almost any closure design including CRC caps, Dome caps, Sports caps(spout caps), Snap-On caps etc.

The built-in casters provide added mobility to be moved from one line to another.

If you have a product filled in a container, No matter what shape & size, we will seal it at your desired line speeds.

  • Compact all-in-one design
  • Safety / Protection Alarm
  • Inbuilt Microprocessor Control
  • Universal Sealing Head/Customized Sealing Head, Seals from Cap size 20 to 120 mm
  • Max line speed 55 FPM
  • Safe Reliable Compact
  • User Friendly
  • Movable
  • Sealing Head Moving Standard-350 mm

Maximum Line Speed: 55 Feet / Minute

  • Input : 230V AC ± 10%, Single Phase, 50/60 Hz
  • Max Line Speed : 55 Feet per minute
  • Cap Size : 20 mm - 120 mm
  • Net Weight : 60 Kg / 132 lbs
  • Dimensions : 65" (H) x 25.6" (W) x 29.5" (L)

This system has many optional value added accessories like

  • No Cap Detector
  • Batch Processors
  • No Foil Detector
  • Recipe Storage & Recall
  • Bottle Jamming Detector
  • Conveyor Stop System
  • Bottle Counter
  • Tower Light & Alarm
  • Auto Start/Stop System
  • Excess/Consecutive Faults Alarm
  • High/Crooked Cap Detector
  • Auto Reject System
  • Reject Bottle Verification