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Termomekanisk analyse (TMA)

Nem og pålidelig bestemmelse af termiske udvidelseskoefficienter med den termomekaniske analysator.

 

Termomekanisk analyse (TMA)

Termiske udvidelseskoefficienter bestemmes nøjagtigt af termomekaniske analysatorer med nanometeropløsning fra -150 til 1600 °C.

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Termiske udvidelseskoefficienter bestemmes nøjagtigt af termomekaniske analysatorer med nanometeropløsning fra -150 til 1600 °C.


 

Produkter og detaljer

 
Produkter og detaljer
 
Temperature range
Max. sample length
Length resolution
Force range
SDTA resolution
Temperature rangeRT to 1100 °C
Max. sample length20 mm
Length resolution0.5 nm
Force range−0.1 to 1 N
SDTA resolution0.005 °C
DLTMA frequencies0.01 to 1 Hz
Temperature rangeRT to 1600 °C
Max. sample length20 mm
Length resolution0.5 nm
Force range−0.1 to 1 N
SDTA resolution0.005 °C
DLTMA frequencies0.01 to 1 Hz
Temperature range–80 to 600 °C
Max. sample length20 mm
Length resolution0.5 nm
Force range−0.1 to 1 N
SDTA resolution0.005 °C
DLTMA frequencies0.01 to 1 Hz
Temperature range–150 to 600 °C
Max. sample length20 mm
Length resolution0.5 nm
Force range−0.1 to 1 N
SDTA resolution0.005 °C
DLTMA frequencies0.01 to 1 Hz
Comparison

Dokumentation

Produktbrochure

TMA/SDTA 2+
Thermomechanical analysis (TMA) is used to measure dimensional changes of a material as a function of temperature. Thermal expansion and effects such...
STARe Excellence Software Brochure
Thermal analysis is a well-established analytical method that is widely used in many different fields. It provides laboratories with valuable results...

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