Netzsch - TMA 402 F1/F3 Hyperion®

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This newly developed instrument can analyze the thermomechanical properties of samples with a length of 30 mm under a force of up to 3 N. Abuilt-in force sensor guarentees reliable force setting in the mN-range.

The heart of the TMA 402 Hyperion® is a highly precise inductive displacement transducer (LVDT)
This technology has stood the test of time; it is also used for dilatometers and allows measurement of even the smallest of length changes, into the nanometer range (digital resolution of 0.125 nm).
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Features of TMA 402 F1/F3 Hyperion®
  • Various correction possibilities for taking the expansion behavior of the system itself into account, as well as offset and sample length correction
  • Automatic adjustment of sign for force and displacement signal to the measurement configuration being used
  • Routines for the determination of characteristic temperatures such as onset, peak and final temperatures
  • Evaluation of glass transitions and softening points in accordance with DIN
  • Automatic shut-off at softening point
  • Expansion coefficients: Calculation and presentation of the technical and physical expansion coefficients
  • Automatic sintering step evaluation
  • Rate Controlled Sintering (RCS) Software: Sintering with a constant shrinkage rate (optional)
  • Measurements with variable force: -Determination of visco-elastic properties
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