Are you looking for Container Closure Integrity Testing solutions to ensure the integrity of your pharmaceutical containers or medical devices?
The Sepha Multi-Q could be the right system for you. In line with FDA and USP regulations the Sepha Multi-Q is a deterministic and non-destructive leak test system designed to detect leaks in nonporous, rigid and flexible packaging.
To ensure product safety throughout its shelf life, your containers need to protect your sterile products from potential contamination. The Sepha Multi-Q can help you demonstrate the integrity of your container and closure systems by testing them for leaks. The test methods can be used for stability testing, clinical trials and in process quality control testing.
The Sepha Multi-Q is a non-destructive, deterministic and multi-functional system. The lab-scale unit works in combination with interchangeable attachments to fit the full range of container types available on the market.
Depending on the type, size and content of the packaging, the machine can utilize Vacuum Decay technology, Pressure Decay technology and a Flexible Membrane. Unlike traditional, destructive methods that can be time consuming and producing excessive waste, all our methods are non-destructive. They can be used to test the integrity of a wide variety of packaging including vials, ampoules, pre-filled syringes, blow filled seals, bottles, sachets, bags, medical devices, trays and other flexible and rigid packaging.
All methods are in line with new USP 1207 guidelines that focus on deterministic and objective methods to provide reliable and repeatable test results.
The Sepha Multi-Q is compatible with:
To see a demo of the Multi-Q, visit us at Pack Expo. We will be joining our distributor Thomas Packaging in the North Hall on booth #205. In addition the the Multi-Q they will have a range of other Leak Test, Deblistering and small Packaging solutions on show including:
We look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas!
Download the Multi-Q brochure and learn more about our deterministic, non-destructive leak test methods compatible with the Multi-Q