DEA 288 Epsilon - Dielectric Analyzer

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DEA 288 Epsilon - Dielectric Analyzer
The multi-functional design of the DEA 288 Epsilon (including furnace or laboratory press) allows for the application of a great variety of different test conditions such as heat, cold, humidity or UV light. This enables the user to easily and conveniently determine the best parameters for processing the material.
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  • Product CategoryDielectric AnalysisDielectric Analysis
  • Messmethode DEA DEA
  • Messparameter Cure State Cure State Cure Rate Cure Rate Degree of cure Degree of cure Glass transition temperature Glass transition temperature Glass transition temperatures Glass transition temperatures Diffusion properties Diffusion properties Aging effects Aging effects Aging Aging Curing Curing Degree of curing Degree of curing Decompsotion effects Decompsotion effects Process control and optimization Process control and optimization Curing by UV irradiation Curing by UV irradiation Ion viscosity Ion viscosity Reactivity Reactivity
  • Norm ASTM E2038 ASTM E2038 ASTM E2039 ASTM E2039
  • Temperature Range von 25 bis 375
  • Heating Rate von 0.1 bis 40
  • Temperature Accuracy
  • Gas Atmosphere air air dynamic dynamic inert inert oxidizing oxidizing static static
  • Purpose General General
Slim version of the DEA 288 Epsilon with 2 DEA modules (channels)
Slim version of the DEA 288 Epsilon with 2 DEA modules (channels)
Laboratory version of the DEA 288 Epsilon with up to 8 DEA modules
Laboratory version of the DEA 288 Epsilon with up to 8 DEA modules
DEA laboratory version with 8 DEA modules (backside view)
DEA laboratory version with 8 DEA modules (backside view)

Customized Test Conditions
The multi-functional design of the DEA 288 Epsilon (including furnace or laboratory press) allows for the application of a great variety of different test conditions such as heat, cold, humidity or UV light. This enables the user to easily and conveniently determine the best parameters for processing the material.

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Practical Set-Up for Sample Handling
One great advantage of DEA is the ability to use the same sample amount and geometry as is utilized in the real process. By applying the wide range of available sensors, almost any practical application can be reproduced:

  • Spray coating of thin films
  • Application by a drawdown bar
  • Spreading of low- or medium viscosity materials
  • Positioning of the sensor between the layers of a prepreg
  • Dipping of the sensor in a liquid

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