Article | February 25, 2023

High Voltage Leak Detection For Parenteral Drug Container Closure Integrity

By Brian Svaton

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Medical and pharmaceutical products are often packaged in fluid-filled containers. At times, such containers are subject to temperature variations that cause them to expand or contract.

During such fluctuations, the containers can develop cracks or pinholes. Bacteria and other contaminants can taint the contents of the containers making them unsafe for human use.

Learn about conducts container closure integrity testing (CCIT) using high voltage leak detection (HVLD), how HVLD technology works, and more.

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