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Tackling the CO2 permeability problem

29 March 2015

Versaperm has launched a new version of its CO2 permeability meter which can accurately measure this parameter for a wide range of materials, coatings, components, bottles, enclosures and even finished products.

The MK VI meter can measure to an accuracy in the parts per million range and is around 100 times faster than conventional gravimetric techniques. As an option, the Versaperm instrument can be configured to measure the permeability of a wide range of gases, including hydrogen, helium, hydrocarbons, oxygen, nitrogen and water vapour.

Highly automated, its multiple chambers can cope with several samples at one time - and still produce a permeability measurement in as little as 30 minutes for some materials and gasses. It needs very little re-calibration and requires, at most, minimal training.

The company also operates a laboratory service to measure permeability where the volume or logistics of measurements does not demand a dedicated instrument.


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