Products & Materials Testing Packaging News
Environmental shock inputs may result from many types of events, but it is generally agreed that the most severe shocks a package will receive occur during handling operations. This webinar is the 2nd of Lansmont's 6-step methodology webinar series and will focus on characterizing and identifying a product’s inherent shock fragility
Ecommerce Packaging within the ECommerce Packaging Industry refers to the materials used to pack and ship products ordered online. It includes the boxes, envelopes, cushioning materials, labels, and other packaging items used to ensure products arrive at their destination undamaged and ready for use. In addition to providing protection, ecommerce packaging is also used to brand the products and provides an opportunity to advertise or promote the selling company.
The food and beverage packaging industry is responsible for designing, manufacturing, and distributing packaging materials for food and beverage products. The packaging materials used in this industry are designed to protect the integrity and safety of the product, extend its shelf life, and provide convenience to consumers.
Peel testing is used to assess bond quality and is a simple way of determining the adhesion strength of a material, especially in the case of a thin film deposited on a substrate. Ensuring the packaging container does not deform when the seal is peeled open is essential for accurate, repeatable results.
Lansmont Corporation has been acquired by the Physical Properties Testers Group. This latest acquisition will see Lansmont join forces with Alluris, James Heal and Mecmesin - a group of brands expert in the design and production of testing instrumentation and quality control technologies.
To better evaluate the physical properties of their range of PLA bottles used for mineral water, BioPak Solutions turned to Mecmesin for help in testing their containers’ Top-Load Strength.