Leak detection for food packaging

John Morris Scientific has released Adixen Sensistor’s Hydrogen Leak Detector H2000, an instrument for leak detection and tightness control that is able to identify leaks in hermetically sealed food packaging 1000 times smaller than those detectable with traditional soapy water, pressure decay or bubble tests.

Hydrogen leak detection is conducted with a food-safe gas mix constituting 5% hydrogen in 95% nitrogen, and can be transported to the leaks and dissipated at a faster rate than other gases, allowing for quicker testing and re-testing.

According to the company, the H2000 is based on modern microelectronics and involves no expensive vacuum pump technology in the detection process, resulting in low maintenance.

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