Speedy Glove Automatic glove tester for integrity testing

Speedy Glove is a battery-powered glove tester that performs leak testing on gloves installed on isolators or RABS where a strict separation between the isolated area and the external environment is required. The system performs pressure decay integrity tests that comply with the requirements of ISO 14644-7 Annex E.5.

SPEEDY GLOVE - Automatic glove tester

Main Features

  • Compact size
  • Extremely fast operation
  • Highest accuracy
  • Complete touch-screen
  • RFID technology
  • Wi-Fi ready
  • VPHP compatibility for Reverse Test
  • cGMP compliance

Speedy Glove is suitable for all isolators equipped with glove flange such as those dedicated to aseptic processes, containment processes, the manipulation of API and HAPI and the manipulation of radiopharmaceuticals. Speedy Glove is compatible with all currently available glove flanges on the market.

The system boasts a number of peculiar and patented characteristics which make the Speedy Glove unique on the market in terms of performance and flexibility. There is, in fact, a unique system of rapid inflation of the glove that fills it with air in a few seconds during the leak test, saving between 3 and 5 minutes each test (approximately 30% of the total time) compared to the times usually required by similar devices on the market. It does not need to be connected to pneumatic circuits or compressed air tanks but can independently manage all the phases of the glove integrity testing process.


For the first time on the market the concept of “over-port” test is introduced in parallel with the classic “in-port” test that makes possible testing not only of the integrity of the glove but also of the entire mounting flange on which the glove is connected.

VPHP compatible

The system is also compatible with vaporised hydrogen peroxide, hence meaning it can be completely decontaminated. This important feature, together with the extremely compact dimensions, means it can be introduced through a pre-chamber into the isolator on the gloves to be tested. Once inside it is possible, with appropriate flanges arranged as in the Comecer isolators, to activate a glove testing process that inflates the glove from the inside outwards.

In the case, in fact, of critical processes to avoid breaking the class of isolator during the test it is possible to perform this test in reverse conditions compared to the classical approach, that is by inflating the glove inwards. To avoid fluctuations of pressures that could return false negatives or false positives, the isolator in fact in traditional tests of gloves is deactivated by turning off the ventilation and by normalising the pressure towards the environment. The Speedy Glove system offers the possibility of avoiding this temporary block of the isolator operation both through any test from the inside and through the real-time monitoring of the isolator pressure (if connected with Comecer machines) able to compensate for the effect of statistical fluctuation of the internal pressure thus avoiding false alarms.

« Testing

Sign up for your Comecer Account

Registration is for professionals that work with containment and Isolation Technologies and grants full access to our product data sheets and catalogues.
I read and understood the information sheet pursuant to Art. 13 GDPR
I express my consent to process my personal data for marketing purposes and the sending of promotional and informative material, believe useful, by the sending of newsletter and commercial communications concerning Comecer products/services, as indicated in the section “Data processed and Purposes of processing” of the Privacy Policy published on the website.
I express my consent also for the processing of my personal data for profiling purposes and for the analysis of the preferences, interests and habits, as indicated in the section “Data processed and Purposes of processing” of the Privacy Policy published on the website.

Maggiori informazioni



Warning! The content in this page is available only in the following languages: Italian

I cookie necessari sono i cookie tecnici cioè quelli il cui utilizzo non richiede il consenso dell’utente.

Questi cookie sono essenziali per consentire di navigare in un sito web e utilizzarne tutte le funzionalità. Senza questi cookie, che sono assolutamente necessari, un sito web non potrebbe fornire alcuni servizi o funzioni e la navigazione non sarebbe agevole e facile come dovrebbe essere. Un cookie di questo tipo viene inoltre utilizzato per memorizzare la decisione di un utente sull’utilizzo di cookie sul sito web.

I cookie tecnici sono essenziali e non possono essere disabilitati utilizzando questa funzionalità.
In generale comunque i cookie possono essere disattivati completamente nel proprio browser in qualsiasi istante.



Warning! The content in this page is available only in the following languages: Italian

I cookie statistici vengono utilizzati per monitorare le performances del sito, per esempio per conoscere il numero di pagine visitate o il numero di utenti che hanno visualizzato una determinata sezione.

I cookie statistici utilizzati dal nostro sito si avvalgono di servizio di Google Analytics.

L’analisi di questi cookie genera dati statistici anonimi e aggregati senza riferimento alcuno all’identità dei navigatori del sito. Sono utili anche per valutare eventuali modifiche e miglioramenti da apportare al sito stesso.



Warning! The content in this page is available only in the following languages: Italian

I cookie di targeting sono cookie impostati da terze parti come YouTube, Facebook, Twitter.

Questi cookie tengono traccia del tuo comportamento come la riproduzione di video o quali tweet hai già visualizzato.

Se non viene dato il consenso a questi cookie, non sarà possibile guardare i video su questo sito web o utilizzare la funzionalità di condivisione sui social.

Questi cookie possono essere utilizzati dal fornitore di cookie per creare un profilo dei tuoi interessi e mostrarti pubblicità pertinenti su altri siti. Non memorizzano direttamente informazioni personali, ma si basano sull'identificazione univoca del browser e del dispositivo Internet.