How to save over a Billion Pounds! for UK Industry
Permeability related problems cost industry in the UK several billion pounds each year. They cause food to rot, machinery to fail, drugs to loose potency, printers to jam. They have even caused missiles to fail and pizzas to go soggy. Yet permeability is widely misunderstood.
Versaperm, a world technology and manufacturing leader in the field has introduced a "Materials' Permeability Consultancy" to help manufacturers and product developers overcome their problems. The service is backed by its in-house Laboratory and measurement service.
"Permeability can seem to act very strangely", said Technical Director Chris Roberts "for example, Silicone is very good barrier against liquid water out but it is virtually useless as a barrier against water vapour which passes straight through it almost as if it wasn't there. The problems this type of thing creates are legion throughout almost every UK industry – from fashion to computing and from prescription drugs through to packaging."
The Versaperm consultancy specialises in the complex and technical areas of permeability - including the use of specialist, dedicated and exotic materials and coatings.
The company has several decades of technical experience plus a deep and comprehensive theoretical and practical knowledge of the physics behind permeability and materials, it is usually able to provide answers to problems quickly and efficiently.
The Versaperm permeability consultancy also advises on the testing, design and construction of materials, containers and other parts which can be critical to customers' product's success. It can design instruments to meet specific testing needs and specifications and needs and is able to take concepts right through to production on an OEM basis.
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to Christopher Roberts, Versaperm Limited ,
10 Rawcliffe House, Howarth Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 1AP, UK
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