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Oxygen Permeability Analyzer- Coulometric Sensor Method

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Application Standards

ASTM F1307, ASTM D3985, ASTM F1927, ASTM F2622, ISO 15105-2, DIN 53380-3, JIS K-7126-B

Description

The Oxygen Permeability Analyzer employing the Coulometric Sensor Method is designed to measure the oxygen transmission rate (OTR) through packaging materials with high precision. This method utilizes a coulometric sensor to detect and quantify the amount of oxygen permeating through a sample under controlled environmental conditions. This analyzer is crucial for industries where maintaining low oxygen levels is essential for product integrity, such as food packaging, pharmaceuticals, and electronics. By providing accurate data on oxygen permeability, manufacturers can optimize their packaging materials to ensure extended shelf life and product quality.

Applications

The Oxygen Permeability Analyzer – Coulometric Sensor Method is widely used across various industries to assess and ensure the oxygen barrier properties of packaging materials:

  • Plastic film: Used in flexible packaging to preserve product quality by limiting oxygen transmission.
  • Sheet: Ensures protection in various industrial applications by maintaining low oxygen permeability.
  • Paper: Provides barrier properties for packaging applications where oxygen sensitivity is a concern.
  • Package container: Maintains the integrity and shelf-life of the contents by preventing oxygen ingress.
  • Solar backsheet: Protects photovoltaic modules by preventing oxygen-induced degradation.
  • Sheeting for iPad, automobile, and other sheeting: Ensures durability and protection in electronics and automotive applications by controlling oxygen transmission.
  • Thin films: Used in various high-tech applications requiring minimal oxygen permeability.
  • Aerogel: Provides exceptional insulation and barrier properties in specialized applications.
  • Medical adhesives: Maintains product efficacy and longevity by limiting oxygen exposure.
  • Metal foil: Offers superior barrier properties for applications needing stringent oxygen protection.
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