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Using dye penetration for double package testing
The two new methods evaluate package seals by using dye solutions that are applied from the outside of the package, seeking out any channels in seals where capillary action is the force that pulls the solution into the package. After contact with the dye penetrant for a specified time, the package is visually inspected for dye penetration. The dye will have discolored the surface of the material. They are limited to use on porous materials which can retain the dye penetrant solution and prevent it from discolouring the seal area for five seconds. The Creep Test provides a test for slow shear of the adhesive bond similar to a dead weight hanging on the seal. However, since these tests are designed to detect leaks, components that exhibit any indication of leakage are normally rejected. This method exposes the exterior of the package to the dye in order to detect channels. You can also visit A dye penetrant solution is applied locally to the seal edge to be tested for leaks. This article attempts to tackle that question. View the discussion thread. The porosity or lack thereof of the package material determines the inflation rate for the burst test. Which one should be used and why.
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