Medical and pharmaceutical production processes are some of the most regulated and subject to quality restrictions and testing to a huge degree.  There are a range of machines which can be built to test products for integrity and leaks such as tablet packaging, bags of plasma and other medical devices which demand sterility and a closed, sealed atmosphere.

Pharma and medical testing is our specialty

Our instruments and systems test for closure and seal integrity of packages such as sterile products that can be negatively affected by oxygen and/or moisture, and our systems ensure the leak tightness of the tested products through repeatable and reliable measurements. Our systems can reliably be used for quality control or online product sample testing and we have a long-standing relationship with AstraZeneca, one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies.

We have built machines that test several different medical packages; including:  Blister packages, medicine bottles, medicine cans, sachets, plasma bags, flexible packages / pouches, parental vials and filled syringes etc.

The demands set by the pharmaceutical industry are the highest possible due to the nature of the industry and its impact on people’s health.
We help customers with the entire scope, from determining if prototypes are constructed in a sufficient way to avoid leaks to inline integrity leak testing with extremely short cycle times. Furthermore, we help our customers through the entire project.

A partner in ensuring pharmaceutical quality

We are today the preferred supplier of leak test equipment and validation packages for some of the top global pharmaceutical manufacturers. And we aim at becoming more than a supplier, we want to become your partner. All of our pharmaceutical grade products are designed, developed and manufactured in-house to ensure the highest possible standards.

To enquire about medical and pharmaceutical leak testing please fill in the form below or call us on our contact number and we will endeavour to answer your questions.