How to achieve expected shelf life of food

Posted by AFN Staff Writers on 7th July 2015

The shelf life of foods depends how they are processed, stored and packaged. Failure to meet specific conditions of any links may lead to fatal disaster threatening wellbeing of the customer and brand equity. Quality assurance of pillowcase and can packaging for food and sauces can be crucial to meet quality standards and achieve customer expectations.6081bbestec image

TSE6081b troy version package integrity tester is developed for larger flexible packages, and it gives go or no-go answers independent of the operator. The standalone package leak tester detects defects of the package (e.g. small holes, bad sealing) as small as 10-20 microns in diameter. Common testing applications include milk powder, snack foods, dips, sausage skin, salad, MAP packs, pharmaceuticals and so on.

The 6081b leak testing system is easy to use that the test initiates automatically from handle closure. It takes only 5 to 15 seconds to finish the test for most types of packages. All testing results are logged into a spreadsheet importable for further analysis and a web interface is also available for online status monitoring.

Stain steel construction is preferred for food contact and process equipment due to its corrosion resistance and durability in the environment.

There are 20 programmable test methods to allow tailored settings for different types of packages.

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