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Thermal conductivity (k) is the ability of a material to to transfer heat. Thermal conductivity measuring systems fall into two categories, static and transient. Static or steady state techniques measure thermal conductivity at a given temperature, while transient techniques can measure themral conductivity while the sample is being heated. Laser Flash Analysis or LFA is is a more modern technique used to derive thermal conductivity by measuring a materials' thermal diffusivity.
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The SMP3 is a smart pyranometer with low maintenance and industry standard digital and analogue amplified outputs. The SMP3 is based on the proven CMP 3 technology, includes a Modbus® interface, improved response time and temperature corrected measurement data.
The FL-5000 is perhaps the most flexible system of its kind. It allows the selection of subsystems and options to assemble a configuration that best suits any application. Many of these elements are interchangeable or selectable as an addition at a later date to grow with changing needs.
The MILA-5000 series is designed to perform clean sample heating and ultra-fast heating and cooling operations, which are characteristics of the Infrared Gold Image Furnace RTA units.
Unitherm 1000 is a fully computerized dilatometer system designed to measure dimensional changes of a specimen brought about by changes in its thermal environment. Linear thermal expansion coefficient, annealing characteristics and other physical or chemical changes manifesting themselves in a change of linear dimension can be precisely determined.
Kipp & Zonen supplies the SP Lite2 pyranometer, which is designed for routine measurement of solar radiation.
Fibercraft™ low mass vacuum formed ceramic fiber heaters are a heating element and insulation together in one complete unit. These heaters are manufactured using high quality, high purity ceramic fiber with a low sodium inorganic binder. They are offered with maximum operating temperatures of 1100°C (2012°F) or 1200°C (2192°F).
Thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity are the most important thermophysical material parameters for characterizing the thermal transport properties of a material or component. The Laser Flash technique is currently the most widely accepted method for precise measurement of the thermal diffusivity and the LFA 427 is the number one instrument on the world market. High precision and reproducibility, short measurement times, variable sample holders and defined atmospheres are outstanding features of LFA measurements over the entire application range from -70°C to 2800°C.
The CMP 21 is a high performance research grade pyranometer, and is completely compliant with all ISO 9060:1990 Secondary Standard Instrument performance criteria.
Thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity are the most important thermophysical parameters for characterization of the thermal transport properties of a material or component. The TCT 426 thermal conductivity tester enables the use of all three of the methods described in easily interchangeable, pre-wired measuring frames.
These Pt100 elements are ideal for applications that need temperature stability and high temperature shock resistance.
Suitable for the widest range of routine thermal expansion measurements, the DIL 801 and DIL801L are horizontally configured single-sample dilatometers. The DIL 801 is designed for measurements under vacuum or inert gas while the DIL 801L is designed for measurements in air, making the DIL 801L ideally suited to measuring ceramic materials which are often processed in air.
The new GHP 456 Titan® is the ideal tool for researchers and scientists in the field of insulation testing. Based on the well-known, standardized guarded hot plate technique (e.g. ISO 8302, ASTM C 177 or DIN EN 12667), the system features unrivalled performance over an unmatched temperature range.
Kipp & Zonen offers the CMP Series of pyranometers that are reliable, affordable, and can be used in a variety of applications. The CMP Series includes the SP Lite2, SMP3, SMP11, CMP 3, CM 4, CMP 6, CMP10, CMP 11, CMP 21, and CMP 22.
The LFA 467 HyperFlash has a very broad range available from -100°C to 500°C. With a single instrument setup, without swapping either the furnace or the detector, the LFA 467 HyperFlash can carry out measurements from -100°C to 500°C.
Various insulation types and configurations are available from Thermcraft to meet your specific requirements. Sizes and shapes available are almost endless, from flat boards and flexible blanket, all the way to complex CNC machined insulation shapes.
The DTC-300 measures thermal conductivity of a variety of materials, including polymers, ceramics, composites, glasses, rubbers, some metals, and other materials of low to medium thermal conductivity.
The Varicon sensor has been designed to be used in molds, presses, laminates or bulk material where a flexible, thin dielectric sensor is required. The Varicon sensor is quite thin and can be embedded in a sample or between the plies of a laminate and may be discarded after use.
The Thermcraft Duracraftâ„¢ DC-1300 design incorporates helically wound heavy gauge conventional wire or Kanthalâ„¢ APM powdered-metal wire. The DC-1300 is typically used in all high temperature processes including silicon nitride and HTO LPCVD, oxidation, anneal, and drive-in. Ideal for horizontal furnace retrofits.
The Kipp & Zonen CM 4 High Temperature Pyranometer is a radiometer specially designed for determining solar or artificial light irradiance under the most extreme temperature conditions.
The CMP 3 pyranometer is an instrument used to measure the solar irradiance. The thermopile sensor construction determines the solar energy received from the total solar spectrum and the complete hemisphere, 180° field of view.
Guarded Hot Plates are employed in the most demanding R&D and QA applications where faster instruments (such as guarded heat flow meters) do not suffice, or do not possess the broad operating range desired.
The SMP11 smart pyranometer integrates sophisticated sensor technology with industry standard digital and analogue amplified outputs. Based on the proven CMP 11 technology the SMP11 adds Modbus® interface, improved response time and temperature corrected measurement data.