Dilatometry (DIL) is the method of choice for highly precise measurement of dimension changes to solids, melts, powders and pastes at a programmed temperature change and with negligible sample strain (e.g. ASTM E831, ASTM D696).
The dilatometer DIL 402 PC is a universally applicable instrument for routine investigations of ceramic, glass, and metal samples. This dilatometer meets all normal requisites regarding resolution, calibratability, precision and sample atmosphere. This is an easy-to-operate, entry-level instrument for materials characterization for in-plant quality control. More info
This highly vacuum-tight, horizontal push rod dilatometer with a measuring system made of Invar, a high-resolution inductive displacement transducer and comprehensive thermostatization offers high precision, reproducibility and long-term stability – the best qualifications for demanding use in research and development. More info
Expansion measurements at two samples, sample comparisons and differential measurements with a calibration standard are the application fields of the new double and differential dilatometer. A higher sample throughput for routine applications and an easy and fast calibration are the interesting aspects of this new instrument concept. More info
The DIL 402 E dilatometer can be operated up to 2400°C or 2800°C with an optical pyrometer and a graphite furnace. High temperature resistant samples can thereby be studied in glassy carbon sample holders under inert conditions or in a vacuum. Thermocouples may be employed up to 2000°C. More info
The GST 420 PC glaze stress tester complies with the specifications for stress measurements on glazed porcelain recommended by the Deutschen Keramischen Gesellschaft (German Ceramic Society). More info
What sets the new TMA 402 F1/F3 Hyperion® apart is the modular concept of interchangeable furnaces covering the temperature range from -150°C to 1550°C, which are also compatible with other NETZSCH instruments. A large number of sample holder types and adjustment possibilities are available. The new TMA 402 F1/F3 Hyperion® can be operated with a broad range of force, without added weight, digitally programmable from -3 N to 3 N. More info