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Thermomechanical Analysis or TMA is a form of thermal analysis. It measures the change in dimension of a material with changing temperature while a load is applied. The technique is most often performed on polymeric materials and can yield results such as softening or glass transition temperature, expansion co-efficients, solid state transformations, melting behaviour, creep behaviour and curing. Further, depending on the set up, samples can be measured in expansion, penetration, bending, tension and swelling modes.
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Featured Equipment
TA Instruments’ Q600 Simultaneous TGA/DSC is a rugged, reliable, and sensitive thermal analyzer that provides research quality results on a wide range of samples over a wide range of temperature. The system allows independent TGA experiments to be performed on two samples concurrently.
Other Equipment
The dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) 8000 from Perkin Elmer is a highly flexible, cost effective analyzer. It has a modern design, and offers high functionality and flexible operation.
The smaller of the two models of DTUL/Vicat test equipment is the Model 303 HDTM and it can test three different specimens simultaneously, using an automated testing sequence that proceeds according to user defined control and configuration parameters.
DMA25 is a desktop DMA offering a high force range up to 25N and outstanding flexibility from glass transition determination to immersed tests, which makes it a powerful thermomechanical testing platform.
The Model 603 HDTM is the larger of the two models of DTUL/Vicat test equipment and can test simultaneously up to six different specimens with the help of an automated testing sequence that proceeds based on user defined control and configuration parameters.
The thermomechanical analyzer (TMA) 4000 from Perkin Elmer is uniquely designed for maximum performance in measuring coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) in materials.
The new dilatometer DIL 402 Expedis Select and Supreme offer state-of-the-art dilatometer technology and are desiged for a wide range of sophisticated applications. All instruments of the DIL Expedis series feature the revolutionary NanoEye measuring cell; a new dimension in measuring range and accuracy.
The new dilatometer DIL 402 Expedis Classic represents a robust and easy-to-use all-in-one instrument. All instruments of the DIL Expedis series feature the revolutionary NanoEye measuring cell; a new dimension in measuring range and accuracy.
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).
The new DMA 242 E Artemis combines ease of handling with the user-friendly Proteus® measurement and evaluation software. This makes it fast and easy to characterize the dynamic-mechanical properties as a function of frequency, temperature and time.
The new TMA incorporates true, high quality Swiss precision mechanics. Offering nanometer resolution, it can measure the very slightest dimensional changes in samples.
High-pressure differential scanning calorimeters offer better pressure, which can influence all physical changes and chemical reactions wherein a change in volume takes place.