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TM Electronics is introducing its BT Integra-Pack intelligent package tester at the MDandM-West show.

The instrument is designed to advance burst, creep, creep to failure, and pressure decay leak testing on a wide variety of packages into the next generation of automation and connectivity.

The tester, though applicable to all packaging-related industries, is particularly targeted toward the medical device packaging industry.

Compliant to ASTM test methods F-2054, F-1140 and F-2095 as well as ISO-11607, the BT Integra-Pack’s input-output functions enable connectivity to USB printers, PCs and LANs for sharing data, and the instrument can be run remotely.

When connected to a Flash drive, it can store virtually unlimited quantities of data.

These connectivity and data-collection features facilitate obtaining and sharing of information required by OEMs and FDA.

The data storage security built in to the BT Integra-Pack make the instrument compliant to FDA CFR21 Part 11 guidelines.

The BT Integra-Pack will test almost any package automatically, opposed to other testers that require the input of a number of test parameters associated with the package under test.

A manual mode allows the user to input parameters such as ramp rate control to address special configurations or types of packages or perform specific research and data-gathering activities.

The BT Integra-Pack can perform seal-strength testing on almost any type of medical packaging, including materials such as spun-bonded olefin (Tyvek).

The high-resolution (0.001psig) test instrument has a small footprint and is operated via a touch screen, icon-based, mouse compatible, menu-driven colour display.

Electronic ramp pressure and flow controls provide precise and repeatable test conditions; automatic and high flow output allows testing of large porous packages.

The BT Integra-Pack can be programmed for four test modes including burst, creep, creep-to-failure, and pressure decay leak, and its seal-strength testing applications include porous and non-porous materials, rigid or flexible, open or sealed packages.

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