Testing lab for manual evaluation of sample containers
ALPS Inspection maintains a testing lab for manual evaluation of sample containers, as well as test sensitivity trials. Our feasibility testing services are most commonly used for two types of customer needs: evaluating leak testing machine capabilities and categorizing the severity of defects a customer encounters.
The first type of feasibility testing determines leak testing machine capabilities. We test the type of bottle that your company uses and whether it will reliably detect the hole size or other leak source required. Capability feasibility testing brings many inherent cost-saving benefits, including determining the type of machine you need to eliminate defects and maintain the consistent performance of your leak testing equipment.
The second type of feasibility testing we perform evaluates your defect samples to categorize the type of defects or estimate the hole size. We then provide advice and guidance on the best leak testing solution to prevent defects from reaching your customer. Defect feasibility testing helps to reduce false rejects, eliminating defective products running through the line, improving product integrity, and reducing downtime.
Learn more about feasibility testing in this comprehensive blog post.
If you want to get the most out of your leak testing equipment, ALPS Inspection can help. Our feasibility testing services can help confirm the part information, testing specifications, and speed requirements (e.g., Containers Per Minute or Cycle Time for manual testing applications). What should you expect from a feasibility test?
If you are interested in an evaluation and proposal, please complete the form on this page. An ALPS Inspection professional will respond promptly to your inquiry and coordinate appropriate next steps.