PTI Packaging Systems specializes in packaging machinery solutions for filling and sealing pouches, cups and trays. Applications range from products in individual portion packs up to bulk size bags. Solutions include retort sterilization and integrated downstream equipment. PTI’s supplier partners produce exceptional equipment that provides the performance, reliability, flexibility and versatility customers need. Our team can also bring new and creative package designs to market. We support brand differentiation and help make new packaging ideas and innovations a reality.
PTI Inspection Systems is a leading manufacturer of package inspection technologies for the food industry that are non-destructive, non-invasive, and require no sample preparation. Recognized as a thought leader in new delivery systems for seal, package, and container integrity testing, PTI has set the standard for inspection systems that provide repeatable, reliable results. Having a PTI inspection solution in place for QA/QC process control guarantees that your package is "fit for purpose" from manufacturing through distribution.
PTI - Packaging Technologies & Inspection
8 Skyline Drive
Hawthorne, NY 10532
Contact: Michelle Wolf
Take a ride inside a Waldner DOSOMAT cup filling machine specialized for fresh dairy products. See closeup the sterilization technologies and expertise that make Waldner a world leader in filling machinery for fresh and cultured dairy products. Waldner rotary and inline filling machines for cup, tray, pouch and spouted pouch operate at 95% OEE (overall equipment effectiveness). Step inside a Waldner!
Video overview of PTI’s non-destructive inspection solutions for leak detection, seal integrity, package integrity and container closure integrity testing. We manufacture technologies ranging from high voltage leak detection (HVLD), vacuum decay, to airborne ultrasound.
Inline Pouch systems offer solutions for low output pouch filling and high productivity, high-volume pouch filling applications. Each stage of this process insures extremely efficient control and handling of the pouch, multiple pouch filling options, retort pouch applications including advanced filling systems combined with ultrasonic sealing.
Non-destructive package integrity testing and leak detection of dry-filled flexible packaging, pouches, stick packs and sachets. More efficient and cost effective than destructive test methods. Non-destructive, non-subjective results, no sample preparation, zero waste. PTI’s vacuum decay leak testing technology (ASTM F2338). Test multiple packages in a single test cycle. Rapid pass/fail results and quantitative test data.
VeriPac inspection systems utilize an ASTM approved vacuum decay leak test method recognized by the FDA as a consensus standard for package integrity testing.
Testing low head-space packaging has its challenges, with most testing methods being destructive, subjective, and unreliable. This video will address all issues associated with low volume flexible and semi-flexible package leak testing and show how they can be overcome.
High Voltage Leak Detection (HVLD) of liquid filled pouches setects pinholes, seal defects, and various micro leaks 100 percent inline. The HVLD test method ensures product seal integrity by identifying small pinholes, micro cracks, and seal imperfections that cannot visually be seen.
A flavored cream cheese spreads manufacturer spent several years grappling with how to deal with the product’s high viscosity, which proved to be troublesome for the company’s original packaging equipment. A rotary piston filling and sealing machine that easily packages its viscous cream cheese spreads with speed and accuracy was the solution.
A cheese manufacturer was looking for a packaging solution for its line of spreadable products. The challenge: doing it on one machine, with quick changeover, and with an OEE greater than 95 percent.
This case study explains how Tomamore GmbH, a start-up in the ready-meals market, researched, evaluated, and implemented automated packaging and filling systems to boost its processing efficiency.
Every packaging format presents its own unique challenge to product quality. This effective package integrity test method can provide accurate and sensitive feedback to assure a high level of quality.
Jalna Dairy was over-filling yogurt containers, leading to "product give-away" and financial losses. This case study explains how upgrading filling equipment prevented losses and boosted efficiency.
This case study explains how a new packaging system at Del Monte’s Modesto, CA plant fills and seals 700 four-oz fruit cups per minute and sterilizes them in two-batch retorts.
This case study explains how a small cream cheese manufacturer's investment in a cup-filling solution and personalized service turned into substantial and long-term growth.
Minimizing capital cost is a common strategy for purchasing packaging line equipment. But, operating costs can offset that strategy. This article details the full picture of purchasing packaging line equipment.
The cost of dairy-based powders is surging and the cost of waste weighs heavy on manufacturing ops. This case study explores technologies that reduce waste, improve QA, and defend brand equity.
There's a significant gap between testing requirements of dehydrated dairy packaging and available solutions. This article explores how modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) is bridging that gap.
This case study examines the obstacles one of the largest pasta manufacturers faced when choosing its cup sealing machine and how the right equipment choice helped the company overcome them.
Maintaining shelf life of packaged snack foods is a continuous challenge as most are moisture and oxygen sensitive. This case study explores methods for testing seal integrity of packaged snack foods.
Extending shelf life is a big challenge for meat-based snack foods and pet products. This case study explores methods for improving seal integrity, which helps extend product shelf life.