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PTI offers non-destructive inspection technologies for leak testing and container closure integrity testing (CCIT) of a wide range of packaging and container formats. PTI’s technologies are deterministic, quantitative test methods that are non-destructive, non-invasive and require no sample preparation.
Vacuum Decay Leak Testing Technology
PTI's VeriPac 455 is a non-destructive inspection system for container closure integrity testing (CCIT) and highly sensitive micro leak detection of empty & pre-filled syringes, liquid filled & lyophilized vials and other liquid filled packaging (both flexible and rigid). The VeriPac 455 core technology is based on the ASTM vacuum decay leak test method (F2338-09) recognized by the FDA as a consensus standard for package integrity testing. The VeriPac 455 features patented dual vacuum transducer technology, PERMA-Vac that offers increased test sensitivity and produces very consistent, reliable results. This technology is also referenced in the new USP General Chapter <1207> Sterile Product package - Integrity Evaluation revision. Click here to continue
HVLD - High Voltage Leak Detection Technology
The E-Scan 625 is an offline lab instrument that utilizes high voltage leak detection technology (HVLD) to inspect individual samples for container closure integrity (CCIT). HVLD is completely non-destructive to the container, is a non-contact, non-invasive test with no sample preparation required. Package/container material must be non-conductive (glass, plastic, poly laminates). HVLD can be used on a wide range of liquid based products, including biological products with suspensions, emulsions and protein. HVLD has proven to be a highly sensitive leak test method for various types of pharmaceutical packaging (pre-filled syringes, liquid filled vials, blow-fill-seal containers, IV bags and other liquid filled packaging). HVLD technology is also referenced in the new USP General Chapter <1207> Sterile Product package - Integrity Evaluation revision. Click here to continue