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Versaperm Ltd

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Howarth Road

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Identifying MAP packaging problems

In theory Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) offers a solution that prolongs the shelf life of fruit, vegetables and a wide range of food products. However, it doesn’t always live up to its potential... FULL STORY...

Non-destructive packaging peel strength test solution

If the seal on packaging is too strong it is almost impossible to open, if it is too weak then it is liable to burst and spill its contents. The SIV seal, burst and altitude multi-test system from Versaperm is said to offer a solution. FULL STORY...

Tool measures gas permeability to help extend shelf-life

The shelf-life of packaged food products relates mainly a factor of the flow of oxygen and water vapour through the walls of the product itself and its packaging. Degradation in texture and taste is caused by the physical, chemical and biological changes which result from this vapour permeation. FULL STORY...

Does Your Packaging Pass The QC Seal Test?

If a seal is too strong, for example on a snack, pharmaceutical or cornflake package, it becomes very tough to open – if it is too weak it is liable to burst open and spoil the contents.  FULL STORY...

How to prevent food going stale

The shelflife of food is determined by oxygen – sometime it needs to be excluded, sometimes included; often the rate of flow through the packaging needs to be controlled so foods can respireFULL STORY...

The Midas Touch

Much food has its shelflife reduced as it isn't packaged in the right materials, and ends up going to waste. The decisive factor is the packaging’s permeability to water and gasses such as oxygen (O2), Hydrogen or CO2. FULL STORY...