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General FAQ’s

What is a bubble test and how does it work?

A bubble test, also known as bubble emission testing or bubble leak testing, is a method used in the packaging industry to evaluate the integrity of sealed packages. This process involves submerging the package in water or a solution and observing for the formation of bubbles, indicating the presence of leaks. While a bubble test is relatively simple and cost-effective, one major downside is its limited sensitivity, as it may not detect very small leaks or those occurring in certain types of packaging materials. It also destroys your products, leading to product wastage. While effective for many applications, it may not be suitable for detecting all potential leaks. and maintaining an acceptable quality level.