What do vacuum sealers and air testing have in common? Both specialize in keeping unpurified air out of a safe environment. Let’s look at how a vacuum sealer works and what it does.
Vacuum sealers use a combination of heat and pressure to remove air from a bag or container and create an airtight seal. When you place the item you want to seal inside the bag or container, the vacuum sealer then creates a vacuum inside the bag by removing the air using a pump. This vacuum lowers the pressure inside the bag, which causes the bag to collapse around the item and push out any remaining air. Next, the vacuum sealer heats the top of the bag or container, which melts the plastic and seals the bag shut. This seal is airtight and prevents any air from entering the bag or container. So the vacuum sealer uses a combination of pressure and heat to remove air and create an airtight seal.
The scientific process is unique and does its job well for packaging and protecting products from contamination. Industries that work in environments that use vacuum sealing for deliverables need their facilities tested for air purity as well.
Air testing is critical for ensuring the safety and quality of the air we breathe. This includes homes, workplaces, or recreational activities like scuba diving, Inhaling air free from harmful contaminants is vital. Air testing ensures the safety of workers in manufacturing environments where hazardous materials and gasses are present. Regular air testing can identify unsafe levels of pollutants, preventing worker exposure and mitigating the risk of respiratory illness and other health hazards.
Any industry that provides vacuum sealing services needs to work and produce products in a clean and air tested space. TRI Air Testing provides many industries air testing safety and quality services. By maintaining compliance with industry standards and regulations, companies can provide safe and reliable products.
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