An Overview About Package Integrity Tests

A state of integrity refers to being complete and unbroken. Package integrity testing is about testing whether a package remains intact and unbroken to ensure that wrapped objects are safe and sterile. Package integrity and package integrity testing refer to both the package itself and its contents.

Quality tests for package seals are used to determine the quality and consistency a seal has. They also identify any factors that might affect its ability to keep its integrity. The standard packaging seal quality test is also known as the quality metric. 

Seal strength testing can be used to determine a package's integrity. Although seal quality tests do not test for leakage, they are useful in monitoring the seal through the best seal integrity test equipment.

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Seal quality tests are used to characterize the materials and components of the seal and to monitor the manufacturing processes. For package integrity quality validation, seal quality testing should be done throughout the product's life cycle. It should also be done if there are any modifications to the original packaging system.

Package integrity testing is about testing whether a package remains intact and undivided in order to preserve wrapped objects and keep them sterile. To reduce or prevent infection of patients during product use, it is essential that products are sterile. 

For medical devices, pharmaceutical products and medical products that are sterile, regulatory approval is essential. Leak testing and seal quality assessments of your packaging system are part of package integrity testing. 

When discussing package integrity testing, the terms packaging integrity and container-closure reliability are often used interchangeably.