Webpackaging logo

Trust KM Packaging's Tech to Properly Develop Your Caps and Closures

  • KM Packaging
Beauty, Personal Care, Personal Care, Eating, Drinking, Health, Pharmaceuticals, Primary Packaging, Caps, Lids, Closure Components, Seals, Contract Manufacturing

With Computer Tomography Technology in-house, KM Packaging is able to provide excellent measurement results and highly professional analysis to develop new and innovative closures for a wide range of packaging markets.

Computer Tomography, best known as CT scan, is an imaging technique used to generate detailed cross-sectional images, mostly used in the medical field. It combines a series of X-ray images taken from different angles around the body and uses computer processing to create detailed images of internal structures. Though CT scans are commonly used to diagnose a variety of medical conditions, they can also be used in other fields, such as industrial and materials science, for non-destructive testing and analysis.

A CT (Computer Tomography) machine can be immensely helpful for a packaging manufacturer in developing closures for bottles and tubes. At KM we regularly use our CT machine for:

  • Precise Measurement: CT technology allows for highly accurate measurement of both the closures and the containers they seal. This ensures that the closures fit perfectly and maintain the integrity of the packaging.
  • Identifying Potential Defects: CT scans can reveal any defects or irregularities in the closures, such as cracks, voids, or improper seals. This helps us identify and address issues before they affect product quality or safety.
  • Analyzing Interactions: CT scans can show how closures interact with bottles and tubes, including how they seal, open, and reseal. This information is crucial for optimizing design and functionality.
  • Material Analysis: CT technology can analyze the material composition of different components, providing insights into their structural integrity, durability, and performance under different conditions.
  • Prototype Testing: CT scans allow KM to test prototypes quickly and non-destructively, speeding up the development process and reducing costs associated with trial and error.

Contact us for more information.

See also

  • Company News
  • English
  • Modified 08 Apr 2024
  • Hits 169