Beverage companies invest a lot in packaging and marketing mineral-rich water because of the increasing demand for packaged water. However, the prices can vary greatly. This is due to the quality of the packaging used to pack the water. Pacific Allied Products have been subject to various testing and are considered safe and user-friendly.
Manufacturers need to be aware of the physical properties of their products. Deformed bottles, broken bottles, leaked caps, etc. This could lead to the spoilage of the entire lot and may result in rejection by the retailer or QC. It is crucial to test the bottles before mass production. This will reduce the chance of rejection and failure.
Top Load Test – Bottles are stacked on top of each other during transportation or storage. This is a common way to maximize space. Bottles are subject to a constant compressive loading due to stacking. The bottle may buckle at different points like the neck or the bottom.
Manufacturers must conduct top-load testing, which involves placing a compressive load onto the bottle sample to avoid deformities. Manufacturers can understand the bottle's behavior and issue guidelines to carriers to ensure that the load does not exceed the limit. If the guidelines are not followed, the carrier can file claims.
Torque Test – Torque refers to the rotational force that is applied to the cap in order to open it. It is essential to meet torque requirements in order for bottles to be user-friendly. A packaged water bottle can be used by a child as young as 10 years old or an elderly woman as old 65 years. There is a wide range of strength options that can be used. The bottle will not only be easier to use, but it will also ensure leak resistance.