Peak Packaging’s liners are compatible with IBCs (‘pallecons’) used for storage and transportation of a range of pharmaceutical products. We have worked closely with suppliers to develop both films and fitments which are compatible with the requirements of the industry. Our products have been designed to meet both European and US Pharmacopeia regulations and are produced under BRC AA rated factory condtions which includes the following:
- Light table inspection
- Record Keeping for full traceability
- Pest control procedures
- Personal hygiene controls
- Metal detection on the production line
- Hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP)
By meeting these standards we can assure you of the highest grade liner coming into contact with your product. You can also be assured of the highest quality valves and glands. All Peak IBC liquid liner fitments are produced in house using our own injection moulding machines and air-pressure tested for seal integrity. Manufacturing on site also ensures full traceability of our products from raw material to finished goods in line with BRC guidelines.
Pillow type liners are recommended for use within the pharmaceutical industry. At Peak we are constantly innovating to develop new products and systems for the marketplace. Peak liquid liners and fitments are available in a range of specifications, sizes and film types – including clear / natural film often used within the pharmaceuticals industry. Customer focus is an essential part of our business model and our 25 years of experience enables us to match the most compatible liner to your business.
‘Peak is very responsive to our needs’ A Peak Health & Beauty customer
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