October, 2013


Membrane permeation testing facility of Hilase is now extended to CO2 and H2S measurements at high pressures and high temperatures

For several years, Hilase routinely performs methane permeation measurements on polymer samples for the rubber, the polymer and the oil and gas industry. As a result of our latest development, permeation testing facility of Hilase is now extended to carbon-dioxide and hydrogen-sulphide measurements.

From now on, Hilase offers permeation measurements on rubber and plastic samples from atmospheric pressure up to 500 bar, from room temperature up to 130°C, for CH4, CO2 or H2S or gas mixtures including these

components. The unique features of the applied photoacoustic and photothermal detection methods make it possible to follow the permeation of these components selectively, with high accuracy in a wide concentration range. Detailed description of our measurements can be found in our recent scientific publications.

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