Accelerated Ageing Tests

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Accelerated ageing tests are essential in determining the expected lifespan of materials and products in a shorter period of time. These tests are conducted to simulate the natural ageing process under extreme conditions, such as high temperature and humidity, to predict the performance and durability of the materials and products.

Accelerated ageing tests according to ASTM F1908 are essential in assessing the performance and durability of materials and products. These tests provide valuable data that can be used to predict the lifespan of products and ensure that they meet the required standards.

✔ By conducting these tests, manufacturers can develop high-quality products that meet the needs and expectations of their customers.

ASTM F1908 is an internationally recognized standard that outlines the procedure for conducting accelerated ageing tests on packaging materials. This standard is commonly used in the food and pharmaceutical industries to ensure the safety and quality of the products.

The ASTM F1908 test method involves subjecting the material to specific conditions, such as elevated temperature and humidity, for a predetermined period of time. This process accelerates the ageing process and allows for the evaluation of the material’s performance and durability over time.

👉 The results of these tests are critical in determining the shelf life of products, as well as predicting the potential effects of environmental factors on the material. By conducting accelerated ageing tests according to ASTM F1908, manufacturers can ensure that their products meet the required standards and provide optimal performance and durability.

Should you fully validate your packaging system or should you simply test one particular characteristic of your packaging, Medistri laboratory is accredited and highly experienced for the most common tests methods provided by the regulatory agencies.

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- The Medistri Team