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DIN 53122-2

Introducing DIN 53122-2 - Industrial Physics

DIN 53122-2 is a global DIN international standard that’s used to measure the water vapor transmission rate of plastic films, elastomer films, paper, board and other sheet materials using an electrolysis method. 

WVTR is the amount of water vapor transmitted through a unit area of a test specimen per unit of time under specified conditions. 

This DIN standard serves to determine water vapor transmission rate (WVTR) - also known as the density of moisture flow rate (DMFR) - of sheet materials using the Keidel electrolytic hygrometer.  

The DIN 53122-2 test method can be applied to single-layer or laminated plastic films, plastics-coated papers and other sheet materials. It’s best suited for determining a density of moisture flow rate ranging from 0.01 to 5 g(m2.d). 

Why is WVTR testing to DIN 53122-2 standards valuable?  

It goes without saying that you don’t want water vapor to get through your packaging films and barriers. It’s obvious why you wouldn’t want this in the food sector – nobody likes soggy potato chips! But it’s also a vital and more demanding consideration for our customers who work with highly sensitive electronics in the automotive or aerospace sectors, for example. 

In order to measure water vapor permeability through a material, you’ll need to know the water vapor transmission rate (WVTR) or moisture vapor transmission rate (MVTR). Simply put, this permeation rate calculation shows you the mass of water vapor that is transmitted through a measured area in a specific unit of time under specified conditions of temperature and humidity. 

Our DIN 53122-2 WVTR testing equipment

So, how can Industrial Physics improve your DIN 53122-2 WVTR testing 

Systech Illinois – AquaSense 7101 Water Vapor Permeation
Brought to you by Systech Illinois, our moisture, gas and oxygen analysis specialist brand, this water vapor transmission rate tester offers a wide measurement range. It gives you precision temperature, humidity and flow control.   

It’s the ideal choice for measuring the moisture vapor transmission rate (MVTR) of liquids through both current and newly formulated packaging film materials. Which is just what you need for speedy, quality control testing.  

Need DIN 53122-2 WVTR testing solutions? Get in touch

We’ve learnt a thing or two about WVTR testing over the decades. Now Industrial Physics is recognized as a brand that likes to bring new, innovative WVTR testers and permeability testing equipment to market. 

We like to share our knowledge and we’re here to help you to answer your questions about WVTR testing. Across the knowledgebase section of our website we publish lots of blogs on related subjects.  

You could start with this blog - the Industrial Physics FAQ guide to permeation testing. And then follow-up with this piece which explores why water vapor permeation testing is important. 

If you have any questions about DIN 53122-2 and how we can help you with your water vapor transmission rate testing, then please just get in touch!

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