ISO 11607-1 – Materials Testing
In addition to distribution simulation, package integrity and package strength, ISO 11607-1 states the need for manufacturers to ensure that the materials used in a package’s design comply to established physical properties. To complement its packaging testing, DDL’s Product & Materials Division takes design understanding to a deeper level by testing and evaluating the materials that make up the package itself. From tensile and tear testing of poly films and trays to applying compression and tension to packaging components materials testing can increase a packaging engineer’s understanding of available options, allowing for more informed design decisions.
Tests within ISO 11607-1 Annex B that DDL performs:
- ASTM F1306 Slow rate puncture
- ASTM D882 Tensile – View video of test [link to video in resources]
- ASTM D1922 Elmendorf tear – View video of test [link to video in resources]
- ASTM D3420 Elmendorf puncture
- ASTM D1709 Dart puncture
- ISO 1974 Paper tear
- ASTM D1938 Trouser tear
- ISO 1924 Paper tensile
- ASTM F88 Seal Strength
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Designing a Pre-Filled Syringe Test Plan Webinar
Companies developing pre-filled syringe combination products are often put in a bind when it comes to timing and execution of design verification studies. All too often, product rolls off the manufacturing line and then is rush shipped to testing sites for expedited service. Working with a test lab that is seasoned, responsive and flexible can certainly make these hectic situations less severe for the entire program. This information-rich webinar highlights DDL’s best practices for ensuring a test program is established on firm ground and executed flawlessly.
What we do at DDL matters to the lives of people. This is what drives us to become the most responsive and intelligently resourceful testing experts.
“As always it was a pleasure to work with (DDL). I especially appreciate your steady stream of communication as well as your willingness to do whatever is necessary to expedite our tests wherever possible. I can almost guarantee that you will be doing more testing for us in the near future and probably many more times to follow.”