Doss USA invites you to test us.
Our visual inspection systems assist your team in finding the smallest product defects.
See how we help the pharmaceutical industry achieve better quality in their products.
Your plungers must be precise due to the small amounts of medication they deliver. Tiny defects or cracks in rubber or plastic parts cannot happen whatsoever in pharmaceutical tools because this can cause leakage.
Detecting defects early on is critical. You don’t want to take risks in the face of high regulatory scrutiny.
Our top-of-the-line Zehn visual inspection machine measures parts as small as 5 millimeters for an outside diameter and as thin as 0.8 millimeter, which is especially good for the minute o-rings that you have to inspect.
Stoppers must have a tight seal, or they’ll leak. They also need the right edges without any nicks, deformations, cracks, chips, or misshapen lines. It’s difficult to impossible to inspect every rubber stopped by hand or with human eyes since the conveyors move too quickly.
dSort 2 is an appropriate visual inspection system to find defects on medical stoppers. It looks at sizes from 5 up to 80 millimeters for an outside diameter, depending on the camera you use. Heights and thicknesses range from 0.8 to 20 millimeters.
Your staff would be hard-pressed to find a set of non-mechanical eyes that can spot defects in plastic syringes. Our visual inspection systems help you achieve zero defects by looking for malformations, holes, punctures, or thin areas of syringes.
Not only can you detect malformations, if the problem becomes widespread, you can also fix whatever might be wrong on your production line.
Achieve Zero Defects
The goal of our visual inspection systems is for you to have zero defects in your products that pass through our cameras. Believe it or not, that is actually possible with automated systems.
We believe in vision without limits. We have helped the pharmaceutical industry for over 25 years, and we’ve built on the information we’ve gathered in that time. As our research and development continue to learn, we produce better machines and better visual inspection systems.