VeriCon 172 Bottle & Container Leak Testing
Available from PTI Inspection Systems
VeriCon systems utilize either pressure decay or vacuum decay technology and a
3-step phase to each test cycle: Filling, Equalizing and Testing. VeriCon testers consist
of either one or more testing stations (test heads). During the filling stage, the
container is filled with either pressure or for vacuum systems, a vacuum is pulled
inside the container. The equalizing phase follows allowing the pressure or vacuum
to stabilize within the container. The amount of pressure or vacuum decay is
monitored and measured during the test cycle which correlates to the presence of
leaks within the container. The pass/fail result displays on the operator panel and the
defective container is rejected from the line.
All VeriCon systems utilize high resolution non-drifting transducers (either
pressure transducers or vacuum transducers) for consistent leak detection. VeriCon
testers are available in one to four station configurations, depending on the line
speed/leak size requirement.
Technology: Pressure or Vacuum*
Test Stations: 2-4 Stations
Bottle Size Range: Up to 32 oz.
Hole Size Detection: Test performance depends on container specification, line speed, handling and required test sensitivity.
Air: 60-90 psi
Power: 100-240 VAC; 50/60 cycles
* Pressure or Vacuum specification determined by container type and application to achieve optimum test performance.