You wouldn't think it to look at them but condoms have to withstand quite a lot. From the first second of the manufacturing process right through to packaging, condom production is subject to strict safety requirements, which we of course comply with precisely.
The production process for Coripa condoms has been inspected by an independent institution. Each individual condom is also subjected to an electrical test, where it is placed over a metal cylinder and checked for damage or production faults under high tension. This ensures that faulty specimens are discovered immediately and separated out accordingly.
Spot endurance tests are also carried out on every production batch to ensure that quality standards are maintained. The main focus of these tests is on leak tightness and burst volume.
One thing is certain - a condom must remain leak tight. To ensure that the latex skin is completely leak tight, it is subjected to extensive tests in the laboratory. The condom is filled with an electrolytic solution and then dipped into a tank also filled with electrolytic solution. An electric voltage is then applied to the liquid inside and outside the condom. If the material has even the smallest amount of damage, the electric current flows through the condom and is registered and reported immediately by a sensitive measuring device.
In the laboratory, the condom is filled with air until it bursts. To pass the test, the condom must have reached a specific volume before bursting.
As you see, a whole team of people are working to ensure that our condoms offer optimal protection. We know that you are only free to focus on life's pleasures when you feel completely protected. And just one more thing: Coripa condoms bear the CE mark and therefore comply with valid European regulations.
Each condom is triple-tested for safety!