Cambridge Sensotec unveils leak detection systems
Cambridge Sensotec has introduced the MediTest and FlexiTest seal integrity and leak detection systems from Dynascan.
The MediTest and FlexiTest units use a vacuum to measure the reactive force generated by the pack to test its integrity.
To enhance the functionality, Dynascan has developed software which reduces test cycle time and allows the units to test semi porous-packs.
The MediBLUE unit, which is available with either an internal venture vacuum generator or an electric pump, automates the industry standard Methylene Blue Dye leak test.
The technology features a test cycle time of around 10 seconds and a detection limit of better than 10 microns hole diameter (dependent on pack size).
It also includes a PC based virtual instrument control system complete with touch screen HMI.
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