• Mike Adelstein
  • March 03, 2020

Calibrated Small Holes for Leak Testing

Calibrated Small Holes for Leak Testing

Happy March 3rd….Potomac Engineers are getting our systems ready to drill calibrated leak test holes as small as one micron for the pharmaceutical industry. With the ability to directly drill into glass ampoules, glass vials, pouches, syringes, aerosol and blister packs, Potomac Photonics is the leak test hole drilling leader.  We offer the fastest lead times in the industry and provide a Certificate of Conformance with each order.  Contact us today and Join the manufacturing revolution.  #potomacphotonics

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