Versaperm Vapour Permeability measurement


Do Cars Pass The Tests?
For leaking Hydrocarbon, Water Vapour & CO2

Permeability automotive

Versaperm, a technology leader in automotive permeability testing, has launched an upgrade to its Automotive testing system which can not only check for leakage and permeability with hydrocarbons, but now also can check against water vapour, CO2 and virtually any other vapour.

This is particularly important as checks against possible water damage to electronics and against leakage of exhaust gases.
Versaperm's new permeability measurement system can perform all of these tests both quickly and, precisely – it provides sensitivities in the parts per million range.  It can produce results that are accurate in the PPM (Parts Per Million) range in as little as 30 minutes for some materials.   The new Versaperm system can be used on material samples, finished components or complete assemblies.
Conventional tests on materials, tanks, pipes, seals and components are laboriously slow and expensive, taking days, weeks or even months - and even then they are often neither accurate nor consistent.  To overcome this, Versaperm has produced an upgraded version of its vapour permeability measurement system, with a new sensor range, that allows measurement under a wide range of physical conditions.
The equipment is simple to use, requiring, at most, minimal training to achieve fast, accurate and repeatable results.
Versaperm also offers a quick turnaround laboratory testing service for companies that test too few samples to make the purchase of equipment viable.   


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