6 Effective Ways to Check for Leakers
Be Confident That Your Packs Aren’t Leaking on Your Customer’s Shelves
Essential Leak Detection. An increasing number of leading retailers are expecting their food suppliers to check for leaking packs, at the end of the packing process.
And while it remains essential to get the gas mix and headspace gas spot on, if you aren’t checking for leakers as efficiently, then you are missing a vital step in maintaining your reputation, as well as making further savings on costs, product and material waste.
Holes and Product Entrapment. There are several ways a leak can occur, including visible entrapment of product in the film seal, gaps in channel seams and gussets, to those impossible to see holes in the packaging surface.
Whatever the cause, we have a way to help you find the issue. You can then take action to quickly solve the problem.
Dansensor LeakPointer 3 and LeakPointer 3+
Cost effective, non-destructive testing. Fast, highly accurate and reliable. The LeakPointer 3 is repeatedly capable of detecting very small leaks, down to 50 microns (µm). These two different sized, non-destructive units, help determine whether, or not, there is a leak present.
Dansensor LeakPointer H20
This unit is ideal for gas flushed, or ambient air packs. It can be used on its own, or in tandem with the Dansensor LeakPointer 3, or LeakPointer 3+ for MAP packs. The LeakPointer H2O helps identify the exact location of the leak.
Dansensor Lippke 5000
Measures the seal strength and package integrity of rigid, flexible, porous and laminated foil in settings including MAP, ambient air, vacuum and skin packaging. Tests include: Burst, Leak, Bubble Test and more.
This instrument employs Dansensor’s long experience and proven technology, in a cost effective, 4-in-1 benchtop analyser. This is a seal integrity and leak tester, integrated with a benchtop gas analyser and an optional coffee value testing unit all in one.
Dansensor Lippke VC1400
Automates the laborious classic Blue Dye Test and the Bubble Test. Checks for the presence and position of leaks in seals. Suitable for a wide variety of pack types, including blister packs, glass vials, semi-rigid and rigid packages.
Dansensor LeakMatic II
Fully automated, in-line, non-destructive leak testing of packs in trays and sealed cartons. Highly sensitive. The LeakMatic II uses the CO2 in the pack as a trace gas to detect micro-leaks. It can be supplied as manually fed, or with fully automated conveyors, for testing up to four cases, or trays of packed product per minute.
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