Pack & Inspect Group (855-232-1850) in Illinois, the leading Midwest provider of food, pharmaceutical and beverage packaging, inspection, and conveying solutions, announces an advanced line of product inspection and leak detection systems.
SealTester MAP1 and MAP3 conveyors by Netherlands-based Fast Line Inspections, in-line leak detection solutions for food & pharmaceutical products, are now available through Pack & Inspect Group in Illinois, according to a recent company announcement.
More information can be found at https://www.pack-inspect.com/leak-detection
Food and pharmaceuticals packaging must not allow air or contaminants to enter the products, as this alters their effectiveness and can make them unsafe for consumption. Precise testing is therefore required to ensure package integrity. US pharmaceutical companies now have access to SealTester technologies from Fast Line Inspections engineering company through Pack & Inspect Group, highly respected Midwest suppliers of product inspection and leak detection equipment.
“Fast Line Inspections figured out how to leverage the Bernoulli principle to check for small leaks in flexible pouches of solid or liquid products,” says a Pack & Inspect Group spokesperson. “The company now holds multiple US and European patents, and we are proud to represent their cost-effective MAP1 and MAP3 in-line SealTester products.”
In-line inspection for pharmaceutical pouches and packages using MAP1 or MAP3 seal test and volume test technologies is a three-step process. First, package heights are measured under a predefined pressure value. Maximum pressure is then applied to test for leaks without damaging the package. Results are compared and those that are not consistent indicate a leak. This simple detection solution prevents compromised products from going to market.
The entry-level MAP1 SealTester uses a single conveyor mounted over a company’s existing conveyor to complete testing, allowing defects to be identified at a lower cost and with a smaller footprint.
MAP3 SealTester technology uses three consecutive conveyors and is capable of identifying leaks as small as 0.5mm depending on the size of the packaging. Installation of the MAP3 include both in-line and stand-alone options.
Both the MAP1 and the MAP3 are intuitive, ready-to-go systems made of stainless steel for corrosion resistance and unmatched durability. Companies opting for in-house seal inspections of their pharmaceutical products can now access some of the world’s most accurate, easy-to-implement detection solutions through Pack & Inspect Group.
About Pack & Inspect Group
Representing major manufacturers of product inspection, fill and seal, and conveying solutions, Pack & Inspect Group offers comprehensive expertise to the Midwest market, assisting in the selection and implementation of advanced machinery that ensures food, beverage, and pharmaceutical products are safely and securely packaged.
Learn more at https://www.pack-inspect.com
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