Beverage Testing Equipment
Flexible Packaging Testing Equipment
Inks and Coating Inspection Equipment
Material Testing Equipment
Metal Packaging Testing Equipment
Oxygen Process Testing Equipment
Paper and Pulp Testing Equipment
Physical Property Measurement Equipment
When lives are on the line, it’s vital that doctors, nurses, surgeons, consultants, and vets can rely upon their equipment.
At Industrial Physics, we help medical device manufacturers test the critical parameters required to ensure the integrity and compliance of the end-product or packaging. From multi-lumen catheters, sealed medical devices, and respiratory breathing tubes to sterile barrier packaging for the devices – we’re here to help.
Our suite of test and inspection instruments provide quality solutions across an extensive range of materials and applications in medical devices.
Whether it is early in development or part of large-scale manufacturing, our instruments support departments like R&D and biomedical labs that are working on the next generation of medical devices, to the professionals on the production floor who are preparing, packaging, and shipping out goods.
No matter the size or location of your business, we can help safeguard your reputation.
|· Blister Packs|
· Blood Bags
· Balloon catheters
· Insulin Tester Containers
|· IV Bags|
· Medical Fluid Bags
· Medical Pumps
· Medical Tubing
· Medical Fittings
· Medical Valves
Patient safety is critical – we can help with your testing and inspection needs from across our portfolio.
From structural integrity and seal strength testing through to sterile integrity with leak testing, and tests to analyze oxygen levels within your process, we can help you identify product issues and ensure you maintain quality control.
View our product booklet here for more information.
Package testing of medical devices is extremely important. The strength and integrity of the packaging ensures that the medical device maintains its effectiveness and safety for end-users. You can find out more about the importance of testing medical device packaging by viewing our paper here.