The Pamasol Company was formed in Switzerland and for 50 years has been setting pioneering technological standards in the aerosol industry. In the future as well, Pamasol is depending on high quality and gearing itself to its successful origins in mechanical engineering. As a leading specialist in the aerosol industry, Pamasol has been and remains true to its policy and thus in the future likewise lays the foundation stone for successful business activity.
Pamasol is an innovative manufacturer and supplier of filling machines and supplementary products for the international aerosol industry. The company’s comprehensive service offering includes all the necessary machines and components for every aspect of aerosol filling and spray systems – for all performance categories, from semi-automated system through to high-performance system.
Pamasol has created a h4 name for itself in the global aerosol machine construction industry. The name of Pamasol is synonymous with reliability, innovation and aerosol know how.
Pamasol looks back on a successful past. By employing many years of experience, Pamasol has become an irreplaceable expert in the field. Hence, Pamasol single-mindedly follow a trustworthy and reliable business policy. Pamasol accompany its customers from the original idea, through to a machine’s initial run and right up to the training of their staff. Even after completion of a project we are always there for them, be this for the system’s maintenance or for the rapid supply of spare parts.
In quality control, Pamasol particularly depends on its qualified employees’ own sense of responsibility. They have all received a well-founded training and ensure the high standard of quality for Pamasol production.
Pamasol’s subsidiary DH Industries Limited, UK has a free-standing gassing room that is used to fill flammable gases.
The safety system fulfils the highest technological requirements and complies with the recommendations of the European Aerosol Federation, FEA.
Legislation requires that filled aerosol containers are tested to ensure that they have no leaks and that they are pressure resistant. Apart from various alternative testing methods, the most commonly used method is to submerge the filled containers in a bath of hot water.
Water baths are available in different sizes for this fully comprehensive testing method.
Pressure-resistant and safe pressurised packaging is sold on the market and alternative testing methods can also be used before and after filling. One of these methods involves a leak detector after the container has been filled. The aerosol containers (only monobloc) are tested for leaks around the valve and the neck. Various performance ranges are available.