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With smart in-line sensors you can…

Boost line efficiency through fast issue resolution
Boost line efficiency through fast issue resolution

Line Efficiency >

Measure and control scuff to prolong the life of recyclable glass
Measure and control scuff to prolong the life of recyclable glass

Scuff >

Shorten calibration of capping, corking, and seaming equipment
Shorten calibration of capping, corking, and seaming equipment

Vertical Load >

Test packaging designs and shorten design cycle
Test packaging designs and shorten design cycle

Research & Development >

Reduce breakage from shock and impact
Reduce breakage from shock and impact

Impact & IPS >

Minimize packaging damage from line pressure
Minimize packaging damage from line pressure

Pressure >

Monitor shipping to mitigate transportation loss
Monitor shipping to mitigate transportation loss

Transportation >

Inform knowledge-based services and line commissioning
Inform knowledge-based services and line commissioning

Knowledge-based Services >

How smart in-line sensors work:

Exact replicas of your containers are deployed on your production line to accurately measure your container's experience during processing.

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Applying in-line impact testing to optimize pharmaceutical packaging processes

As recently as 2014 and 2015, pharmaceutical publications were lamenting the lack of reliable, non-destructive in-line testing methods for Fill and Finish packaging processes relative to glass vials. The advent of in-line testing is changing how pharmaceutical companies can optimize packaging processes and container designs; enabled by an improved understanding of mechanical loads like impact, pressure and vertical force.

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Why in-line testing is vital for Fill and Finish (F&F) processes in pharmaceutical packaging.

According to a U.S. Food and Drug Administration information search, an estimated 20 billion glass vials for injectable drugs are processed annually.