Versaperm Vapour Permeability measurement


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Permeability consultancy

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Permeability glitches are probably the world’s biggest cause of waste, failure and problems.  In the UK it costs billions of pounds a year in stale and wasted food alone.  It causes printers to jam, electronics to fail and drugs to lose potency.  It is even the reason why some materials print better than others.  Yet it is widely mis-understood.  
Versaperm, a world technology leader in the field has announced a twin Permeability Consultancy – one half covering Materials and Problems, and the other offering a fast-turn-around Laboratory Measurement service.
Materials and Problems specialises in the complex and technical areas of permeability - such as the correct choice and use of specialist materials - for example for MAP (Modified Atmosphere Packaging), drug packaging, building products and in coatings for specialty papers.
The second Permeability Consultancy division specialises in providing fast turn-around (usually 24 hour) laboratory permeability measurement services.
The company has several decades of technical experience alongside a deep and comprehensive understanding of the Physics of permeability and materials and 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. Also, it is able to design instruments to meet specific testing needs and specifications and needs and we are able to take concepts to production on an OEM basis.


Please send any sales enquiries to Christopher Roberts, Versaperm Limited ,
10 Rawcliffe House, Howarth Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 1AP, UK, Tel: +44 1628 777668,
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