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6-Step Method: Webinar 1. Defining the transport environment
- Date: August 31, 2023
- Time: 11am ET (New York), 4pm British Summer Time
- Cost: Free - Registration required
An essential step to designing a cushioned package system is to determine the severity of the environment in which it will be shipped.
The general idea is to evaluate the method of distribution to determine the hazards which are present and the levels at which they are present. These may include such things as accidental drops during handling, vehicle vibration, shock inputs, temperature extremes, humidity levels, and compression loads.
This webinar will focus on the areas of shock and vibration, but it is important that other areas also receive proper consideration during the package design process.
What we’ll discuss:
- Transport hazards, what are they?
- Methods of characterizing, measuring, and quantifying those hazards.
- Data recorders and other devices used in the process.
- Setup and installation considerations prior to performing any characterization.
- Industry standards and guides to help with the process.
- Examples of large-scale supply chain studies.
- Direction associated with “big data”.
Who should attend?
- Product and packaging design engineers
- Damage Prevention personnel
- Supply Chain and Logistics personnel
Defining the transport environment will be presented by Eric Joneson, Lansmont VP of Technology.
Mark your diary: Webinar 2. Defining product shock fragility will take place on 21 September. Further details will be published in advance of the event.
Lansmont, along with Alluris, James Heal and Mecmesin are PPT Group brands.
Defining product shock fragility
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
PackagingTesters.com: Discover a one-stop solution for packaging testing
PPT Group, a global leader in the design and manufacturing of physical property testing solutions for quality control, has launched a new microsite showcasing its comprehensive solutions for packaging testing. The site provides visitors with an easy-to-navigate, simple structure to quickly locate points of interest.
Lansmont Corporation, Global Leader in Product and Packaging Test Equipment, Acquired by the PPT Group
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.
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