Equipment | Thermal Analysis |Dilatometers


Dilatometers measure the expansion or shrinkage of solids, melts, powders, polymers, and resins over a set temperature range with minimal stress on the sample.

The degree of transformation is based upon the makeup of the sample and dilatometry allows for the determination of sintering temperature, density change, glass transition temperature, dilatometric softening point phase transitions and several other material qualities.

Being able to determine the expansion or shrinkage of a sample is crucial to see how temperature changes affect parts of a system that are interdependent or adjacent to one another.

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