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ASTM F—Detecting gross leaks in packaging by internal pressurization bubble test —describes a procedure to detect gross leaks from porous and non-permeable packaging materials through the use of a bubble test. Moreover, this method may be used as a means to assess the integrity of sterile package materials. As a matter of fact, the latter could be associated with an accelerated aging test such as ASTM F in order to characterize this attribute. Click and Receive a quote within the next 4 hours. Identification of gross leak from porous and non-porous materials—use and factors to consider: The goal of ASTM F is to detect gross discharges from permeable and non-porous packaging materials through the use of a bubble test. The latter consists of identifying a steady bubble stream present at an area of failure after the sample had been inflated to a predetermined pressure under water.

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ASTM F—Detecting gross leaks in packaging by internal pressurization bubble test —describes a procedure to detect gross leaks from porous and non-permeable packaging materials through the use of a bubble test.

Moreover, this method may be used as a means to assess the integrity of sterile package materials. As a matter of fact, the latter could be associated with an accelerated aging test such as ASTM F in order to characterize this attribute. Click and Receive a quote within the next 4 hours.

Identification of gross leak from porous and non-porous materials—use and factors to consider: The goal of ASTM F is to detect gross discharges from permeable and non-porous packaging materials through the use of a bubble test. The latter consists of identifying a steady bubble stream present at an area of failure after the sample had been inflated to a predetermined pressure under water.

This standard details two methods and their use is limited to a particular kind of material. Indeed, method A is used for non-permeable compounds while method B is employed for pervious materials.

The difference between those two is the fact that there is a water saturation period for the porous materials. Lastly, this standard may be used as a means to evaluate the integrity of packages that are designed to provide an uncontaminated environment.

The main factors that are to be considered when running this test are: the method of pressurization and the determination of the test pressure. Also, a control specimen has to be used in order to establish the test pressure.

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These packages will be placed underwater and inflated to a certain pressure. Once that pressure is reached, the package will be observed for a steady stream of bubbles which will indicate that the package has failed. The designated pressure will be determined prior to testing and it is imperative that the pressure be repeatable for multiple accurate tests. The pressure must not be too high- causing a rupture, or too low. It is recommended that a bleed-off control valve is used to assist in stabilizing pressure.

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Dijind Bubble Leak Testing, Bubble Leak Test Anecto The key difference between the test methods as described in Annex A1 is in allowing time for the water to saturate the porous material. This test method may be used for tray and asfm packages. We, Labthink Instruments Co. This test method may be used to detect substrate holes and channels.

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