VBS develops new pressure testing for drinks containers

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VBS International has developed a new means of pressure testing
non-carbonated liquid containers, which it claims is ideal for
processors who need to carry out high volumes of pressure testing.

The small, portable unit has been specifically designed with pneumatic test actuation for repeatable test results. The company claims that the device will simplify the testing process as the pneumatically operated unit allows manufacturers to achieve consistency of test results from different operators.

This should be of great benefit to companies who routinely need to meet quality standards.

VBS' pressure tester is a small, portable unit sized for standard 28mm and 38mm neck finishes (.9 1.0" finished enclosure height.) VBS' neck support system eliminates crushed bottles.

The firm claims that even light-weight PET can be accurately evaluated, and that operators will find the results easy to read on the 0 60 psi pressure gauge.

VBS International claims to have extensive experience of developing and manufacturing systems for the safe, efficient distribution of cryogenic fluids. The new pressure tester joins VBS' complete line of vacuum insulated LN2 handling products including flexible cryogenic hoses, bendable LN2 piping and a variety of automatic filling equipment.

VBS International​ is a leader in liquid nitrogen (LN2) delivery systems for container pressurisation and/or oxygen displacement.

The company engineers and manufactures LN2 equipment for food applications including environmental temperature testing, freezing, the inertion of food and beverage containers and food freezing.

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