Capacity and headspace - also referred to as 'Vacuity' - assessment alculates the volume of liquid held by the container and the volume of space left at the top of the packaging.
This assessment determines whether the correct volume of product can be held whilst still maintaining sufficient headspace/vacuity in order to withstand any changes in pressure that may occur during the product’s lifecycle.
This testing is important to ensure that the container holds the correct amount of product without compromising the headspace.
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