Versaperm Vapour Permeability measurement

Revolutionizing Engineering Seals and Solving Vapour Permeability Issues

Revolutionizing Engineering Seals and Solving Vapour Permeability Issues

In the world of engineering, the challenge of sealing against diesel, refrigerants, gases, hydraulic fluids, and water vapour is ubiquitous. Virtually all seals and materials suffer from permeability issues, causing potential performance and safety concerns. Versaperm’s latest range of vapour permeability measurement systems, uses mass spectrometry technology to provide swift and precise measurements and crucial insights for engineers and designers.

Vapour permeability disruptions can lead to serious complications and even failures in mechanical systems, electronic components, seals, valves, membranes, pipes, joints, and general components. Accurate measurement of vapour permeability equips designers and engineers with the data needed to improve and safeguard their systems and products. Versaperm's equipment covers a broad spectrum of conditions, ranging from temperature extremes (-80°C to over +1000°C) and pressures from 0 to 300bar.

Sensitivity and accuracy levels depend on the specific vapours and materials under test but typically fall in the Parts Per Million (PPM) range, reaching Parts Per Billion (PPB) for some materials and gases. Results are precise and high repeatability, irrespective of the gas or group of gases involved. The equipment can measure permeability across an wide range of temperatures and pressures.

Versaperm's system is versatile, capable of measuring flat materials, formed components, complete finished products and enclosures. It can cope with multiple samples at a time and has an intuitive automated control panel with a user-friendly large touch-screen interface. Minimal recalibration is required, making it an ideal choice for both development and quality control environments.

In addition to its state-of-the-art equipment, Versaperm offers laboratory and consultancy services to companies requiring sample testing on an irregular basis.


*  Proscribed, dangerous and poisonous gasses can only be used or measured in specially licenced facilities.

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