"Oliver has made significant investments in our global facilities, including several new Technical Centres located in key locations for the medical device, diagnostic, and pharmaceutical industries. Our centres are staffed with technical experts with industry experience and are available to our customers to collaborate on activities including packaging design and innovation, testing and troubleshooting."
- Kevin Zacharias, Technical Director
The Technical Centre is a hands-on, collaborative environment where customers and prospective customers can work directly with our sterile barrier packaging experts to design, test and troubleshoot their packaging. The centre offers a variety of capabilities, including:
HDPE CleanCut Card design and rapid prototyping to increase your speed to market
Package integrity testing, including bubble leak testing and dye penetration
Package seal strength testing, including peel testing and burst testing
Material testing, including puncture, tensile, grammage / yield testing, Gelbo flex, and coefficient of friction (COF)
Material analysis, including microscopic analysis and package failure evaluation
Troubleshooting for packaging challenges and process related issues
Technical and design consultation
If you are interested in learning more, or coming in for a tour, schedule time with the team today.
Regional Technical Leader
Tommy Smith, PhD
Principal Technical Services Engineer
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