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General FAQ’s

What methods are commonly employed in pharmaceutical packaging quality control to ensure the integrity of sealed containers?

Container closure integrity testing, also known as pharmaceutical package testing, is a crucial aspect of ensuring the quality and safety of pharmaceutical packaging. It involves using quality inspection tools to assess the integrity of sealed containers. One common method is vacuum decay testing, where the sealed container is subjected to a vacuum to detect any leaks or breaches in its integrity. This process helps pharmaceutical companies maintain the quality and efficacy of their products by ensuring that they are properly sealed and protected.