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The shelf life and quality of sterile products as well as perishables can be greatly affected by oxygen and moisture. Leak testing is a non-destructive test method which is used to locate and measure leaks to ensure the leak tightness of food and beverage packaging. Testing can be done on the package alone or with the product inside. If 100% testing is not feasible, then sample testing can be done. Select a category below for more application details, test method descriptions and applicable leak testing equipment.
Air Testing (AT): A variety of automated test methods using air as the test media for detecting leaks by pressure decay or mass flow.
Helium Sniffing (HS): A manual method of sniffing a pressurized part to detect helium escaping a leak.
Helium HATSTM (HH): A patented (U.S. Pat. No. 7,905,132) automated method of capturing and accumulating helium in an enclosure (evacuated to partial vacuum) surrounding a part pressurized with helium.
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