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Mass Extraction detects the smallest defect sizes

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Pfeiffer Vacuum introduces the SpeedAir 3050.

Pfeiffer Vacuum has introduced the new leak tester SpeedAir 3050, an all-in-one solution for nonporous pharmaceutical containers. SpeedAir offers a CCIT solution for a wide range of products: Whether the products are flexible or rigid, liquid or solid, the SpeedAir can swiftly and accurately test them all. Typically requiring only 30 - 45 seconds, this mass extraction instrument quickly and efficiently delivers results.

With testing times as short as 30 - 45 seconds, it delivers reliable results, ensuring the integrity of pharmaceutical containers. Unlike alternative methods that focus on specific areas or access points, the SpeedAir provides a comprehensive global Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) approach for containers. It adheres to ASTM Standard F3287-17, demonstrating the capability in independent third-party labs to 1 micron using an air-based technology.

When it comes to liquid products, the SpeedAir stands out as the most sensitive air-based technology available today. Results are repeatable and reliable – eliminating risks associated with false negatives and positives.

The SpeedAir is fully compliant with industry standards. It utilizes the USP <1207> recognized Mass Extraction technology and operates with FDA 21 CFR Part 11 compliant software, ensuring the testing processes meet the highest regulatory standards.

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