Testing Miscellaneous Samples to measure their vapour permeability
At first sight, it might seem almost impossible
to measure the vapour permeability measurements on some objects or materials. However, there
is usually a solution based on principles that we have learned
over the last 30 years or so of testing. In some cases a large
amount of sample preparation is required; however, sometimes a
little lateral thinking is all that is required.
For example, we have in the past taken measurements on:-
- Frozen and chilled food wrappings in chilled, frozen or
room temperature conditions
- Automotive parts at elevated temperatures
- Marine components under cold and moist conditions
- Aeronautic, aerospace and military parts and casings under
rapidly variable conditions to simulate flight conditions
We are familiar with operating under confidential
or secrecy contracts and legislation.
To test different samples against different sample types against different vapours and gasses we have developed a wide range of sensor options to measure the vapour permeability accurately and quickly.
Vapour permeability sensors
We are currently unable to use radioactive or highly
toxic gases. However, please call to discuss your application.