Closure Torque Testing is a measure of the torque force required to either apply or remove a cap or lid on a container. This is frequently a two stage measurement. If the cap is tamper- evident: slip torque and bridge torque is measured. If the closure is child-resistant, a concurrent measure of downward load applied must also be made. Correct performance of container closures is always quality-critical, and in many cases it is safety-critical.
Benefits of Closure Torque Testing
Ensuring the proper functioning of closures e.g. openability
Ensuring the integrity and safety of products
Reducing material costs and achieving lean manufacturing goals
Compliance with industry standards
Our top-of-the-range Vortex-i torque testing system gives optimum testing performance and evaluation options, enabling you to get the most from your test measurements.
Controlled via advanced software
Create sophisticated test programs
Perform in-depth evaluation of results
Ideal for Quality Control Laboratory
Capacities from 0.3N.m to 10N.m
Our entry-level Vortex-d test stands are a cost-effective solution for straightforward torque tests.
Digital display of speed and angle
Simple to operate
Combines with Mecmesin's digital torque display, AFTI
Combines with data acquisition software for additional test evaluation options
Rugged design suitable for factory floor
Capacities from 1.5N.m to 10N.m
We also manufacture the manual Orbis and Tornado digital closure torque testers.