What Is a Packaging Test?
Packaging tests are used to simulate your distribution channels under controlled and accelerated conditions. Distribution stresses are varied: falls, impacts, vibrations… Depending on the distribution method, these stresses will always be present but at varying frequencies and intensities. The packaging test often includes several series of tests to evaluate the quality of the packaging materials.
Why Test on Packaging Materials?
There are several reasons why you should test your packaging materials:
1. To avoid financial losses
2. To ensure client satisfaction
3. To identify and rectify weaknesses in your product packaging
4. To protect your brand
5. To minimize losses in the various distribution channels used
6. To make your product greener
7. To ensure some peace of mind
To find out more about these reasons, see our full article on packaging: 5 Reasons You Should Do Packaging Transport Tests.
Micom Laboratories offers packaging tests on individual boxes or on single and stacked pallet loads as well as additional material testing on packaging components. We are ISTA accredited and are also part of the Amazon Packaging Support and Supplier Network (APASS). Our experts will be happy to discuss your requirements and help you decide which tests are most suitable for your needs.
We work according to specific test protocols as well as design custom testing programs that produce data for advanced analysis. As a follow-up to packaging testing, we review package damages and help our customers find cost-effective solutions. Our experts are members of the ISTA Technical Council and as such are well in tune with the new testing trends and prevalent test procedures.
Customers using our services are from different industries: Military, Aerospace, Electronics, Automotive, Pharmaceutical, Food, Industrial, Furniture, large Retailers and many others.
Main Package Testing Services
|ISTA Testing||TP 14850|
|ISTA Certification||Sustainable packaging|
|CAN/CGSB 43.150||Medical Devices|
|ASTM Packaging testing||TAPPI testing|
|Cold Chain testing|