Oxygen Permeation Analyzer Differential Pressure Method

Place of Origin China
Brand Name Labthink
Certification ISO 9001, CE
Model Number G2/131
Minimum Order Quantity 1 set
Price Negotiable
Packaging Details Veneer Case
Delivery Time 3-7 work days
Supply Ability 1 set per 3 work days
Product Details
Test Gases Include Mixed Gases, Poisonous Gases, Explosive Gases Test Method Differential Pressure Method
Test Materials Sheeting Materials & Packages Warranty 12 Months
Standards ISO 2556, ISO 15105, ASTM D1434 Package Veneer Case
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Gas Permeability Analyzer


Oxygen Permeation Analyzer

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ISO 2556 Gas Permeation Analyzer for measuring the permeability of Gas


Typical gases measured include air, oxygen, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, hydrogen and helium. G2/131 Gas Permeation Analyzer utilizes the manometric principle one of the most recognised gas permeability testing methods - pressure change via gas transmission through films.


With three measuring chambers, ease of operation through the alpha-numeric keyboard and digital display, the G2/131 Gas Permeation Analyzer has the versatility of measuring permeation of almost any gas for advanced laboratory research.




test range 0.05~50,000 cm3/m2·24h·0.1MPa
Temperature range 15°C~55°C
Humidity Range 0%RH, 2%~98.5%RH, 100%RH
Number of Specimen 3 with independent test results
Instrument Size 690 mm (L) x 350 mm (W) x 360 mm (H)



G2/131 Gas Permeation Analyzer conforms to ISO 2556, ISO 15105-1, GB/T 1038-2000, ASTM D1434, JIS K7126-1




G2/131 Gas Permeation Analyzer can be used for Packaging films for food and tobacco, Coated paper, Complex protection membranes



  • Patented design of three test cells improves the test efficiency
  • Various types of gases are testable: sole gas, mixed gases, poisonous gases, explosive gases and other dangerous gases
  • embedded computer control system
  • Professional software for data analysis

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