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Optical fibre vapour permeability measurement system

Optical fibre vapour permeability measurement system
Water vapour permeability is critical in optical fibres not only because the strength of polymer coated fibres depends on water vapour activity at the polymer/glass interface (because of stress corrosion) but also due to the spectral shift response of optical whispering-gallery modes due to the adsorption and desorption of water molecules.
22nd February 2019

Water vapour permeability testing

Water vapour permeability testing
One reason for faults in electronic products is water vapour which can all too easily permeate into any enclosure, casing, fibre or component - once inside it condenses and causes problems. One solution is from Versaperm which can measure the vapour permeability of both complete products and components or material samples.
27th November 2017

Instrument measures vapour permeation in protective films

Instrument measures vapour permeation in protective films
Many of the films used to seal the screens and keep water out of TV, computer screen, tablet and mobile screens are next to useless at keeping out water vapour – as it can permeate straight through them.  So says Versaperm, a specialist in vapour permeation technology, which has designed an instrument that can accurately measure this problem – not just for samples of the film but for the complete sealed and finished LED or plasma screen as well.  
23rd February 2017


Meters measure vapour permeability

Meters measure vapour permeability
Versaperm's latest range of permeability meters can be used for both quality control and product development. They measure vapour permeability in around half an hour for some samples and are accurate in the PPM (Parts per Million) to PPB (Billion) range.
4th November 2016

Massive industrial manufacturing failures caused by water vapour

Massive industrial manufacturing failures caused by water vapour
Several billion pounds a year are lost in the UK each year by machines that jam, electronics that fail, foods that rot, metals that rust, and drugs that lose potency. In the majority of cases the root cause is, shockingly, exactly the same. Vapours, usually water or hydrocarbon vapours that simply seep into the wrong place.
5th July 2016

Measuring solvent vapour permeability

Measuring solvent vapour permeability
Water and other vapours can permeate through the actual fabric of adhesives or mastics, sometimes in large volume.  This can cause a huge variety of adhesion problems, including failure – water and its vapour are now thought to be the world’s most damaging contaminant.
18th May 2016

The slow drip of manufacturing failure

The slow drip of manufacturing failure
The cost to people and business for electronics that fail, machines that jam, drugs that lose potency, metals that rust and foods that rot runs into billions of pounds each year in the UK alone. Perhaps surprisingly these and other problems like them, often have the same root cause. Vapours, usually water or hydrocarbon vapours, that simply get into the wrong place.
2nd July 2015


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