Table top Container Closure Integrity Tester

The LF-S11 by Bonfiglioli is a countertop compact machine, designed for Non-Invasive, Non-Destructive Container Closure Integrity Testing of diverse types of Pharmaceutical Containers filled with liquid, lyo, powders, etc..

Suitable for In-Process Control and Laboratory use without altering container and/or content features.

The integrated software system allows full compliance to provisions stated in FDA 21 CFR part 11 as well as EMA Annex 11.

3 Configurations of the machine available to meet all specific requirements:

– BASIC, for most of the container formats 

– XL, designed specifically for large formats (more than 100ml)

– SY, designed for syringes, carpoules including automatic plunger stopping device

Equipment test method complies with:

– FDA Guidance for Industry “Container and Closure System Integrity Testing in Lieu of Sterility Testing as a Component of the Stability Protocol for Sterile Products”.

– United States Pharmacopoeia General Chapter «1207» “Packaging Integrity Evaluation”.

– EU Guidelines to GMP Medicinal Products for Human and Veterinary Use – Annex 1 “Manufacture of Sterile Medicinal Products”.

– PDA Technical Report No. 27 “Pharmaceutical Package Integrity”

All dedicated test chambers are designed according to the container characteristics for a maximum of leak detection sensitivity and are monitored by specially developed electronics during the testing process. The group has been recently redesigned to obtain improved functionality (quick

 single-handed opening and closing). It is directly installed onto the Testing Chamber supporting flange and it is composed by: – A fixed bottom part; – A removable top cap (upper part) that allows plugging up the testing group corresponding to Container loading and unloading operations.

HOW IT WORKS

The test chamber fixed bottom part is equipped with a mobile piston, plunger stopping device (PSD), having vertical motion between two limit positions, “upper” and “lower”, and having a section equal to that of the PFS plunger.

The initial vacuum, generated in the test chamber, produces an upward movement of the PSD.

The same “upper” position is kept until the second reading; at that time, the action of a dedicated pneumatic actuator provides for exhaust of vacuum in the test chamber bottom area and produces the PSD downward movement towards the “lower” position.

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