Solutions & Services
Our range of products enable the pharmaceutical and medical device industries to accurately detect leaks in packaging, recover high-value products from rejected blister packs and create high-quality blister packs and medical device packaging.
For 40 years we have worked with the world’s top pharmaceutical companies on implementing quality control solutions in R&D and Production departments.
Non-destructive leak test and CCIT solutions for blister packs, bottles, ampoules, vials, PFS, BFS, sachets, pouches, and medical devices.
Deblistering solutions for product recovery of rejected blister packs.
Small scale, high-quality blister and medical device packing solutions.
Select your container type to find the right solution for your leak test, deblister or packaging requirements. Blister packs, vials, ampoules, bottles, pre-filled syringes, flexible packaging and medical device packaging.
Discover our non-destructive and deterministic test methods, in line with ASTM standard test methods, USP 1207 and 21 CFR part 11. Vacuum decay, pressure decay, force decay, vacuum deflection and volumetric measurement.
Outsource your low volume packaging needs with our Contract Packaging Services, for timely and flexible packaging of solid dose tablets, capsules and medical device packs for sampling, testing and research.
Sepha Multi-Q HD
Multi-Q HD is a non-destructive CCIT solution that can detect defects down to 1 micron
Utilising the vacuum decay test method (ASTM F2338-09) , the new Multi-Q HD takes integrity testing to the next level, enabling ultra-sensitive, non-destructive detection of defects in pharmaceutical containers down to 1 micron.
Sepha supplies the world
Sepha is a globally connected market player with established networks in all major pharmaceutical manufacturing markets.Find out more
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