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Healthcare induction Cap Sealling tag
RFID enabled smart packaging caps and closures verify the contents of heat induction sealed containers to ensure the product is genuine, not part of a recall, within the expiration date and has not been tampered
Integrating RFID smart packaging directly into sealed caps and closures to the RFID chip or inlay of the passive UHF tag within the heat induction seal of the cap
D40mm HF Anti-Metal Circular NFC Seal Induction Tag
Place of origin : Fujian China ( mainland )
Brand name : Xminnov ODM or OEM
Tag Size: D40mm or customized
Chip: Ntag 213 or Icode Slix
Frequency : 13.56 MHz
Protocol: ISO14443A, ISO15693
International Standard: ISO18092
Product Feature: Used On Metal Film, Resist to Counterfeiting & Metal interference, Seal bottle cap in one time protection, D40mm HF Anti-Metal Circular NFC Seal Induction Tag
As same as traditonal induction seal which is a non-contact heating process to accomplish the hermetic seal of a container with a closure that includes a heat-sealable foil laminate.Tamper Evident is the basic feature for induction seal, with RFID embeded inner seal it's multi-laminate seal induction tag with following layers
layer of pulpboard/paper cardboard
layer of wax
tamper evident rfid component
layer of polymer
D40mm Seal Induction embeded HF NFC Tamper tag was converted for cap seals.
High speeds can be obtained using this process making it well suited for high capacity production lines after rfid induction tag was implemented into this closure cap seal
Depending on the inner seal material used,the seal will require to meet the FDA requirement and "tamper evident" packaging
The RFID seal induction tag can provide leakage protection and shelf life extension which referred to "freshness seal".
A package includes a container having a neck finish, and a closure having a plastic shell with a skirt externally secured to the container neck finish. A seal disk includes a metal layer on a plastic substrate. The periphery of the plastic substrate is sealingly secured to the neck finish of the container. The metal layer includes a circumferentially continuous outer periphery overlying the periphery of the plastic substrate and an inner portion structured as an rf antenna. An RFID tag is electrically connected at least to the inner portion of the metal layer. A liner disk may be disposed between the closure and the seal disk separate from the seal disk. The closure skirt may have an internal bead to engage the periphery of the liner disk and lift the liner disk off of the neck finish upon removal of the closure from the container neck finish.