DDL Now Offers Three Different Test Methods for Dye Leak Testing
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DDL a TCP Reliable Co.
10200 Valley View Rd., Suite 101
Eden Prairie, MN, 55344
Press release date: April 29, 2013
Minneapolis, MN – http://www.testedandproven.com/ - Two new test methods were recently added to ASTM 1929-12 Standard Test Method for Detecting Seal Leaks in Porous Medical Packaging by Dye Penetration. In an effort to continually meet the requests of our clients, DDL can now conduct all three methods for Dye Leak testing.
In the past, the only option was by injection (Method A) where the dye solution was exposed to the seal from the inside of the package. The revision includes two new test methods that have been developed, edge dip (Method B) and the eyedropper (Method C).
"When the revisions to the standard were announced in early 2013, DDL immediately began educating our staff to in turn educate our customers on the alternative methods introduced for ATSM 1929-12 testing," Jason Simon, Lab Manager at DDL said. "Our lab is now fully equipped to handle all three methods."
The two new methods give manufacturers an opportunity to perform dye leak testing without exposing the product to a significant amount of dye and eliminate the mess that is sometimes encountered when using the 'injection' method. The two new methods evaluate package seals by using dye solutions that are applied from the outside of the package seeking out any channels in seals where capillary action is the force that pulls the solution into the package.
More questions on the revisions to ASTM 1929-12? Visit our website for FAQ's about the new methods!
About DDL www.testedandproven.com
DDL has more than 20 years of experience in the testing industry. DDL's technical experts are industry leaders in medical device product, material and package validation (ISO 11607) and can help ensure that you comply with industry standards and regulations. ISO 9001 certified, DDL addresses quick turnarounds with equipment and chamber capacities unmatched by other labs. With two full-service labs located in California and Minnesota DDL offers accelerated aging, distribution simulation, package strength, integrity, physical shock, thermal shock, vibration, compression, unitized load testing, leakage and other validation services. DDL also tests packaging materials including adhesives, films, corrugated, cushioning materials and plastics.
About The TCP Family of Companies www.tcpreliable.com
The TCP Family of Companies is a complete packaging integrity solutions provider servicing life science industries. The TCP Family consists of Cryopak, the leading manufacturer of cold chain related products and DDL, the leader in package, product and material testing validation for the medical device and biopharmaceutical industries. The TCP family handles your packaging projects with one paramount goal: To help get your product to market faster while maintaining the integrity of your products.
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10200 Valley View Rd #101
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
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