Systech Illinois: Enhanced Water Vapor Permeability Analyzer

Latest generation of the Lyssy L80 series of analyzers measures barriers and high permeability materials, for applications including surgical and hygienic membranes, wound dressing, diaper materials, and construction membranes.

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Systech Illinois, a global brand of moisture and oxygen analyzers and part of the Industrial Physics Product Integrity segment, announced the latest generation of its Lyssy L80 water vapor permeation analyzers. The Lyssy L80-6000 provides cost-effective, high accuracy testing for manufacturers of packaging films as well as high permeability fabrics and non-wovens. 

The accuracy and measuring range make it suitable for applications such as surgical and hygienic membranes, wound dressing, diaper materials and construction membranes.

The L80-6000 features a new 5.7-inch touchscreen display and intuitive interface for ease of use, automated sample clamping for test consistency and computer controlled and programmable test parameters to eliminate differences caused by operator input. 

The humidity sensor is located directly in the measuring chamber and, since no carrier gas or extractive measuring technique is used, it offers accurate reproduction of real-life conditions. The L80-6000 alternates quickly and easily between low and high permeability measurements. The built-in temperature control eliminates the need for an external control unit.

The preparation of a sample for the L80-6000 is accomplished in minutes with the use of Systech Illinois’ self-adhesive sample cards; no grease or glue is required. 

The L80 series of analyzers have been used in industry for decades. The Lyssy L80-6000 offers a high degree of automation designed to offer lab productivity without sacrificing quality and accuracy. 

The Lyssy L80-6000 complies with the ASTM E378 and EDANA NWSP 070.6.R0 (20) standards. 

 

 

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