Using HVLD in the the pharmaceutical industry - leveraging test method development on some products to validate other products.
New product types and packaging configurations, such as highly viscous formulations, pose a significant threat to traditional leak-testing methods, challenging current practices for container closure integrity testing (CCI). In light of this, a series of feasibility studies was conducted to challenge traditional leak-testing methods.
A non-invasive, non-subjective solution that is capable of detecting package leaks and invisible defects using a differential pressure transducer leak test system.
This study shows that HVLD can detect leaks down to the Maximum Allowable Leakage Limit (MALL) and arguably makes it one of the most sensitive leak test methods in the market.
Color is one of, if not the most critical component of a brand’s image, but it is also one of the most finicky and subjective components companies need to agree on.
The study addresses the common concern that vacuum decay is not a suitable test solution for detecting microleaks in parenteral containers if the product contains large molecule or proteinaceous liquids.
This article explains how a variety of product inspection equipment on production line increases confidence that due diligence has been taken to ensure product quality.