Quality Assurance: Seal Integrity Testing Methods

Is your product’s packaging reliable? Are you 100% confident that your product’s packaging is transportable and eliminates any concern for spills or contamination?

January 21, 2021

Seal integrity test methods are specifically designed to monitor and examine a package’s seal quality in order to increase your product’s shelf life. Leak testing is an essential quality control measure used for many products to assure that any imperfections or defects to the packaging product are monitored and identified before shipping out to consumers. During the various testing procedures, inadequate seals, holes, or cracks are immediately identified and brought to the consumer’s attention.

Quality Assurance team members determine the best testing procedures based on the type of packaging. In assessing the integrity of a product’s packaging, auditors use high-pressure vacuum chambers, neutral pressure situations, as well as water chambers to test a product’s reliability.

Product Tested with Vacuum Chamber