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Mecmesin webinar: Cap Closure and Removal Torque Testing - Now on demand!

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Presented by Paul Montalto, Mecmesin's webinar regarding cap closure and removal torque testing is now available to view on demand at your convenience.

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The primary objective for measuring and analyzing the torque characteristics of a container cap is to accurately determine not only the quality of the part or process, but also the root cause of a wide variety of defects.

This webinar will focus on the proper process for selecting an ideal torque testing system, identifying and troubleshooting variables that impact torque values, setting up repeatable torque tests and establishing consistent testing standards for your products.

What You’ll Learn:
General overview of bottle cap torque testing
The relationship between Application Torque and Release Torque
Why is torque testing important?
Industry Standards and Setting Internal Pass/Fail Criteria
Tester Fixturing
Torque Testing In-Action

Who should view the webinar:
Manufacturing, Production and Quality Managers and Engineers involved in:

  • Plastics and Blow-molding
  • Pharmaceutical and Medical Device
  • Beverage
  • Container Cap Manufacturing

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Methods of force and torque testing for food packaging quality

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Mecmesin white paper: Force testing in medical tubing

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Universal testing machine range (0.5 - 5 kN)

Mecmesin offers a wide range of universal testing machines (UTM) for tension and compression testing. At the top end, our MultiTest-i systems are driven by the powerful Emperor™ control and analysis software on a separate PC, while our production-level testers in the MultiTest-xt series offer touch-screen ease of use and rapid processing. All of these systems give fully programmed control and accurate, repeatable testing, with test libraries for instant recall.

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