Detecting Smoke Damage in Corrugated Sheets

Gary asks:

Can you tell me what type of reasonably priced equipment is available to test for smoke damage on corrugated sheets and boxes? I thank you in advance for your time and assistance.

I would not look for personal testing equipment to detect for smoke damage. You may want to contact a professional third party analytical facility such as IPS Testing Experts and have them do the work for you.

These tests will be accurate, but may not be cheap. So you’ll want to evaluate the cost of having the testing done against the potential cost of lost product/sheets.

— Ralph

One Response to “Detecting Smoke Damage in Corrugated Sheets”

  1. Dwayne Says:

    I wonder if a household smoke detector placed directly on the sheets would be sensitive enough to detect damage? Just wondering.

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