Thermomechanical analysis – TMA – measures the deformation of a sample under non-oscillating stress against time or temperature, with programmed temperature.
The vertical design of SETARAM Instrumentation’s TMA systems makes it possible to work with very low loads applying only negligible force to the sample.
Properties measured by thermomechanical analysis -TMA -include thermal expansion coefficients, softening, sintering, glass transition, etc.
C-Therm’s Dilatometer offers clients an economical solution for more traditional dilatometry applications based on a horizontal design.
Horizontal dilatometer (room temperature / 1200°C) The HIGHLIGHT: C-Therm dilatometers offer high resolution and stability across a broad measurement range. With unparalleled ease-of-use, high adaptability, and modular design, C-Therm dilatometers offer researchers a robust cost-effective solution to their characterization needs. See also: SETSYS Evolution TMA, TCi