Pressure tester TM200
torquefor capsfor the pharmaceutical industry

pressure tester
pressure tester
pressure tester
pressure tester
pressure tester
pressure tester
pressure tester
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Tested parameter
pressure, torque
for caps, for the pharmaceutical industry
Other characteristics


Cap torque tester for open & close type tests and reporting. Proven torque tester for repeatable measuring of opening & closing torque of bottle caps including child-resistant closures. Custom-made cap adapters avoid undesired effects of clamping or applying additional pressure on bottle caps during measuring. A motorized drive ensures repeatability and highly accurate turning movements. Reliably measures open & close torque Can apply downward force for child-resistant closures Quick-change cap adapters, universal or custom-made to the specific shape of a cap or pump Universal self-centering bottle holder accepts small bottles to large jugs Motorized drive for repeatable movements Print test protocols and calibration reports Calibration with traceable reference weights Open & close torque. The TM200 is a torque measuring instrument specially designed to work on bottle & pump caps. The exact determination, especially of the opening torque, provides reliable assurance and documentation that bottle caps have been closed with appropriate force. A high-precision load cell located in the main unit continuously measures the torque throughout the testing process. Repeatable precision. A motorized drive unit eliminates inconsistencies that would otherwise occur with manual twisting of bottle caps. Caps can be automatically opened and closed with constant and repeatable velocity. For testing child-resistant caps, a defined downward force is exerted on the cap under test, that can be precisely set by the operator.
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