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Vacuum Decay and Pressure Decay: how these CCIT methods protect your product
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Non-destructive and non-invasive Container Closure Integrity Testing (CCIT) accurately identifies seal and structural integrity defects on the entire production line – improving the quality of the final products to be placed in the market. But there are different types of tests, and one size does not fit all.
Learn what you should know and consider when choosing a test method for your production line in our latest article, “International regulations regarding CCIT: Vacuum Decay & Pressure Decay testing – balancing sensitivity and production speed”.
With this article, you have access to answers from our experts on whether testing speeds as high as 1,000 containers per minute can be reached for filled containers and how inspection solutions can be tailored to meet the needs of customers.
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