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When manufacturing plastic containers, there are several different types of defects that will cause your quality department to scrap that particular container. If any of the following defects were to make it past your quality department and end up in the hands of your customer or their consumer, your relationship could be heavily impacted.
While vacuum decay is a popular leak testing option, it is not ideal for empty bottles. Pressure decay is a great alternative to allow defects to be identified quickly, all while maintaining bottle integrity.
After 45+ years in the empty container leak inspection industry, here are the top frequently asked questions, and the answers, our subject matter experts receive in the field.
If you’re in the world of manufacturing, reducing changeover time is a powerful competitive strategy that can set you apart from the pack and enhance your profitability, flexibility, and overall competitiveness in the market.
Manufacturers are always looking for ways to speed up the production of their products to maximize their profits. But doing so can be risky, and there is always the chance that changes in production could affect the quality of the end product. How can you speed up your production process without jeopardizing quality?
At ALPS Inspection, we’re often asked a simple question: “How much does your inspection equipment cost?”
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