damaged pack

damaged pack

[′dam·ijd ′pak]
(computer science)
A disk drive whose use is impaired by physical damage such as a scratch on the recording surface or by a serious software error that renders control information on the disk unreadable.
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An important feature of the FluidCheK is that it performs a completely "non-contact inspection" This means that the products are not touched at anytime as they pass through the machine to prevent product handling issues and damaged pack labels.
The once enormous retail empire, a high street name for decades, had been reduced to a single display stand showcasing a few bottles of indeterminate content, a damaged pack of Christmas baubles and a box of tights.
This would increase the likelihood of damaged packs and greater wastage of product which would, in turn, increase the environmental impact, not reduce it.
Tamper Proof Packs ensure that products arrive in prime condition, enhanced presentation format gives a clean and modem image, wastage is cut from damaged packs, which is an advantage for the retailer, clean handling and merchandising is possible and they also exceed the current and pending hygiene regulations.
designed to reject damaged packs and those without labels or where labels are unreadable.