CETA Press releases
Leak and Flow Testing of Medical Devices – Rigorous Quality Control for Medical Devices
The EU regulation 2017/745 of the European Parliament and Council concerning medical devices came into force on May 25th 2017. Apart from a few rare exceptions, the medical device regulation shall apply to all devices from May 26th 2020. This will affect – among other things – the classification of these products as well as the requirements to be met. The new directives are more rigorous and put a special emphasis on risk evaluation.
The suitable solution for every testing task - Wide range of Leak and Flow Testers for various applications
CETA Testsysteme GmbH, as a manufacturer of leak and flow testing devices, has more than 30 years of experience in industrial testing technology. The size of the products tested for tightness ranges from small-volume microswitches with a volume of 0.1 ml up to tanks of 1,000 l capacity.
With the new CETATEST 825, CETA Testsysteme GmbH introduces the fourth generation of differential pressure leak testers, as a variant of the new series of test devices CETATEST x25. Following the x15 series, known for the quality, reliability and durability of its devices, the new x25 series features a large number of technical innovations.
CETA Test Devices Ready to Meet Industry 4.0 Requirements with a Great Variety of Industrial Interfaces
CETA Testsysteme GmbH is a manufacturer of leak and flow testers with over 30 years of experience in the field of industrial testing technology. Thousands of CETA leak and flow testers are used in production lines all over the world by renowned industrial customers. However, the high level of automation also brings about increasing demands on the integration of testing technologies. Click pdf to read more
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30 Years CETA – from Salesman to Manufacturer and Solutions Provider for Leak and Flow Testing
When CETA was founded 30 years ago, a lot of companies had just begun to realize the importance of leak-testing to control the quality of their products during manufacturing. The demand for leak testers was rapidly increasing, recalls Günter Groß, managing director of CETA Testsysteme GmbH. After initially selling the leak and flow testers of another manufacturer, Günter Groß soon decided to develop his own test devices. Since then, CETA Testsysteme has established itself on an international scale as an expert for thorough routine testing in production lines. Click pdf to read more
Leak-testing with compressed air – It doesn't always have to be a differential pressure leak tester. Technical extensions to the leak tester series CETATEST 715 and CETATEST XS
A large number of leak-testing applications require the use of a leak tester with differential pressure sensor. Typical limit values are about 10 Pa/s. This type of leak tester is equipped with two pressure sensors Click pdf to read more