General Peeling Jig measures lid strength.July 16, 2013 -
Designed to measure force required to peel lid off sealed container, Model TA-GPJ can be adjusted to remove lid at 0, 45, or 90°. General Peeling Jig is suited for variety of applications, including foods and beverages, dairy products, and pharmaceuticals. Stand-alone CT3 Tester, operating in both compression and tension modes, uses TexturePro CT software to automate test procedures and generate valuable analytical data.
Having the Right Lid Strength is Apeeling!
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Brookfield Engineering Laboratories, Inc.
11 Commerce Blvd.
Middleboro, MA, 02346
Press release date: July 9, 2013
Middleboro, MA – Brookfield Engineering introduces the TA-GPJ – General Peeling Jig was developed to measure the force required to peel the lid off a sealed container. A strong adhesive bond is critical to preventing contamination and spoilage, but ease and consistency when opening is equally important to consumers. Manufacturers understand that finding the right lid strength is one more factor that contributes to customer satisfaction and loyalty.
The General Peeling Jig can be adjusted to remove the lid at 0°, 45° or 90°. The TA-GPJ is used to measure the lid strength for a growing number of applications including: foods & beverages, dairy products, pharmaceuticals and more.
The Brookfield CT3 Tester is the best value in a stand-alone instrument for physical testing. It combines simplicity of operation with expanded test method capability and operates in both compression and tension modes.
TexturePro CT software enables the operator to automate test procedures and generate valuable analytical data.
For additional information about Brookfield’s CT3 Texture Tester and the TA-GPJ General Peeling Jig, visit www.brookfieldengineering.com/products/texture-analysis/ct3.asp or call 800.628.8139 or 508.946.6200.