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Steinfurth IPPS-Interactively Programmable Pressure Sequencer

Automatic generation and monitoring of pressure sequences in the package testing

SKU:124125

00014642

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Package testing often requires defined pressure sequences. The IPPS can be programmed with up to 99 different pressure sequences. The programming can be done by the operator; special knowledge isn’t necessary. Once programmed, the pressure sequences can be selected and activated. The duration of a sequence can vary from seconds to months. Repetitions are also possible. The IPPS M+S additionally offers the possibility of pressure monitoring and switching of the outlet valves with the possibility to set warnings in case of pressure monitoring outside of specification.

Operations: The container to be tested is connected to one of the pressure output connectors. Pressure follows the programmed sequence.

Product detailsSpecifications
MetricsPressure, cycles, temperature, time
FeaturesFreely programmable, reducing the traditional test time from 21 days to 1-2 days
SystemYes
Level of automationFully-automatic

Output pressure:  0 to 10 bar (0 to 145psi) 0 to 16 bar (0 to 230psi)

Input pressure:  12/18 bar (174/261 psi)

Resolution: 0.1 bar (1.45 psi)

Min. step duration:  1 sec.

Media:  Neutral gases

Output pressure:  0 to 10 bar (0 to 145psi) 0 to 16 bar (0 to 230psi)

Input pressure:  12/18 bar (174/261 psi)

Resolution: 0.1 bar (1.45 psi)

Min. step duration:  1 sec.

Media:  Neutral gases

Features & Benefits

Time saving via automatic operation

Operator independent pressure generation

Defined pressure sequence with linear or step transitions

Simple implementation of standard tests

Automatic pressure and valve monitoring

Interactive programming

Menu-based user interface

Water separator (for tests with gushing liquids)