Published on March 3, 2014
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Leak Testing Equipment 5 Main Value Propositions What To Expect from a Modern Leak Tester • ALPS is the global market leader for equipment to leak test plastic containers • We are seeking continued global expansion by leveraging this experience to maximize the value of leak testing equipment • Value Proposition #1: Speed and Sensitivity • Value Proposition #2: Modern Controls • Value Proposition #3: Ease of Use • Value Proposition #4: Self Monitoring • Value Proposition #5: Enhanced Checks • Please review the next slides offering more detail © 2014 Air Logic Power Systems, LLC 2
Value #1: Speed & Sensitivity Leak Testing Equipment Maximized Output Per Leak Test Station • Modern Speed Examples: a) Single head unit capable of 100 BPM on 0.5L containers (SC Linear model). In the old days this required a 6-station rotary leak tester. b) 4 heads capable of 250 BPM (Speed-Glider model). In the old days this required a 18-station rotary leak tester. c) 30 heads capable of 1200 BPM (NexGen Rotary). In the old days this required two 30 head leak testers. • Hole Size Sensitivity is now down to 0.1mm, the average diameter of a human hair. Old, low tech machines only achieved 1.0mm. © 2014 Air Logic Power Systems, LLC 3
Value #2: Modern Controls Leak Testing Equipment Standard Color Touch Screen Interface Icon Based Menu Structure Only 2 button presses to reach all main screens • High quality HMI’s are now emulating modern smart phones © 2014 Air Logic Power Systems, LLC Back to Products
Value #3: Ease Of Use Leak Testing Equipment Guided Setup – Mechanical Steps • Mechanical Talent no longer required (no tools, no training needed) © 2014 Air Logic Power Systems, LLC 5
Value #3: Ease Of Use Leak Testing Equipment Guided Setup – Regulators, Conveyor Speed & Leak Test • Leak Test Electronics Expert no longer required (no expertise needed) © 2014 Air Logic Power Systems, LLC 6
Value #4: Self Monitoring Leak Testing Equipment Standard Self Test Feature Metal Test Leak Orifice and Self Test Valve Self Test Pushbutton (main screen) Auto Self Test (supervisor setting screen) A Self Test button is accessible on the main screen and setup screens. When the button is pressed, a self test will start at the beginning of the next leak test. A Self Test will turn on a valve which incorporates a metal orifice (specified by its diameter) into the test volume, simulating a bad container with the equivalent diameter pinhole. Rejection of the container during a Self Test will verify that the machine is properly set up to detect the specified hole diameter. • Standard verification with the press of a button (or automated) © 2014 Air Logic Power Systems, LLC 7
Value #5: Enhanced Checks Leak Testing Equipment Pressure Decay Technology LOW sealing force Test Probe & Test Head examples Seal Surface Defect examples (e.g. short shot, nick, bad trim, cocked neck) • ALPS had perfected Low Pressure testing to minimize bottle distortion and maximize seal surface sensitivity to enhance the leak test • This capability has significantly expanded our market into “non traditional” bottle leak testing such as PET (now half of our installed base) and Injection Blow Molded containers © 2014 Air Logic Power Systems, LLC 8
Leak Testing Equipment Historical Performance • Air Logic Power Systems LLC (ALPS), founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA in 1974, is a leading manufacturer of on-line container leak inspection equipment • Container leak testing equipment is the complete focus of the company • ALPS systems range from single-station Linear testers, to multi-station Linear units, to Rotary machines with up to 30 test stations • ALPS has delivered more than 2,500 leak test machines (10,000+ leak test circuits) with the current population of units testing more than 50 billion containers annually © 2014 Air Logic Power Systems, LLC 9
Leak Testing Equipment • • • • Global Organization ALPS joined the TASI Group of companies in 2000 Privately owned, combined sales in excess of $180M 3 Divisions: Test & Inspection; Flow; and Assembly & Test 10 companies, locations in USA, Europe and Asia © 2014 Air Logic Power Systems, LLC 10
Leak Testing Equipment • • • • Test & Inspection ALPS = Automated leak detection equipment for Empty Containers, Plastics focus Bonfiglioli Engineering =On-line leak detection systems & vision for filled Pharmaceutical & Food, Food Cans & Ends and Empty & Filled Aerosol Cincinnati Test Systems = Leak test instruments and custom systems Sepha = Solid dose pharmaceutical (e.g. Blister Pack) inspection and packaging equipment • Now the World’s Largest supplier of advanced leak testing solutions © 2014 Air Logic Power Systems, LLC 11
Leak Testing Equipment Application Examples Beverage Food Healthcare Household, Personal Care, Automotive, Industrial • Containers in all shapes, sizes & materials ranging from 3cc to 5-gallon (20L) volumes © 2014 Air Logic Power Systems, LLC 12
Leak Testing Equipment Brands Protected A Few of the Brands Protected by ALPS Leak Testers • Major Beverage, Food, Consumer, Industrial and Pharmaceutical brand owners © 2014 Air Logic Power Systems, LLC 13
Leak Testing Equipment 1745 S. 38th Street, Suite 100 Milwaukee, WI 53215-2017 Main Phone: 414-671-3332 ; Fax: 414-671-6645 24-Hour Service Hotline: 800-325-8717 or Main Phone Email: email@example.com Web: www.alpsleak.com © 2014 Air Logic Power Systems, LLC
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