Integrators are responsible for incorporating technology into a production or packaging line. PTI's sensory technologies - Airborne Ultrasound, Vacuum Decay, MicroCurrent HVLD and Force Decay technologies can be integrated for automated package, & container quality control.
Airborne Ultrasound Technology for Seal Quality Inspection
Seal-Scan® and Seal-Sensor utilize Airborne Ultrasonic Technology (ABUS) that inspects and analyzes pouch seals non-destructively. PTI works closely with industry leaders to integrate PTI’s Seal-Sensor inspection technology into their equipment for automated seal quality control on the production line. Seal-Scan Integrator Package for non-destructive in-depth seal quality analysis. Seal-Scan provides C-Scan imaging and detailed seal analysis, producing pixel by pixel evaluation of seals (Opto-Acoustic image). Seal-Scan characterizes the overall quality and uniformity of the seal.
Seal-Sensor technology provides 100% online seal defect detection of the final pouch seal
- Sensor easily mounts on conveyors and pouch handling systems
- Rapid linear scan (L-Scan) of pouch seal provides immediate seal check/verification of pouch seal quality inline at high outputs
- Test result data produced in seconds
Vacuum Decay Technology for Package and Container Integrity Leak Testing
PTI’s vacuum decay technology is an ASTM Test Method F2338, developed using the VeriPac platform. Vacuum Decay is a deterministic method to provide reproducible and reliable results for leak testing of high-risk package applications. VeriPac Vacuum Decay technology has been proven to be the most sensitive, most reliable vacuum-based leak test method on the market, backed by decades of dependable performance in the pharmaceutical, biologics, medical device, food and nutrition industries.
- Test method is recognized by the FDA as a consensus standard for package integrity testing.
- Listed in ISO 11607 and USP Chapter <1207> guidance.
VeriPac Vacuum Decay technology solutions for integration are adaptable and scalable to reliably test a variety of package formats, ranging from flexible packaging to rigid containers and parenteral products.