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DMA 242 E Artemis Mechanical Analyzer From NETZSCH

The modular design of the dynamic mechanical analyzer DMA 242 E Artemis from NETZSCH secures its viability as a long-term investment. This instrument combines easy handling with the user-friendly Proteus measurement and evaluation software to allow for fast and simple characterization of dynamic mechanical properties in real-world applications. Standard data analysis takes less than one minute.

Over 30 different sample holders are available in order to perform measurements on a wide variety of samples while taking material properties into account. In combination with its numerous deformation and measurement modes, the instrument thus accommodates testing over a broad application range.

A step motor with a travelling distance of up to 20 mm allows for precise testing on materials which undergo substantial changes in length during measurement. This is particularly applicable in the various static experiments which can be realized with the DMA 242 E Artemis, such as creep, relaxation and TMA mode.


When it comes to Thermal Analysis and the determination of thermophysical properties, the BU Analyzing & Testing of the NETZSCH group leaves no stone unturned. Our 50 years of applications experience, broad state-of-the-art product line and comprehensive service offerings ensure that our solutions will not only meet your every requirement but also exceed your every expectation.

Make your choice from among our diverse variety of instruments for Thermal Analysis. NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing has consistently invested its long-time experience into innovative new developments and advanced technologies conceived for state-of-the-art application tasks in materials research and development, quality assurance and process optimization.


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