DMA+150 has a very rigid frame that exhibit ranges of measurable stiffness and frequency that are unrivalled on the market. The range of available specimen holders, along with DYNATEST and MULTITEST a...read more
"Very well made, durable, well thought out and engineered. Construction design is excellent and materials of construction are optimized. Very safe to operate. Handles a wide range of sample types giving the user the ability to work with their application thoroughly. Software- fully controls the instrument and provides extensive information about how the instrument is functioning. Data analysis is excellent giving the user many, many options for determining the results they need."
DMA+150 has a very rigid frame that exhibit ranges of measurable stiffness and frequency that are unrivalled on the market. The range of available specimen holders, along with DYNATEST and MULTITEST analysis software programs, make it a new type of universal electrodynamic testing machine that goes beyond classic DMA products.
Very rigid mechanical frame (more than servo-hydraulic machines)
High force: 150 N (peak)
Unique stiffness range: up to 7 decades can be used in a single test
Unique frequency domain: from 1E-5Hz to 1000 Hz
High measurement precision
Analysis of specimens with material representative size
Thermal chamber with high heating rate
Displacement stroke up to 12 mm for creep and stress relaxation tests
Broad selection of specimen holders for multiple geometries and dimensions
Easily upgradeable to meet specific analytical requirements
Simultaneous DMA & TMA tests using DYNATEST software
Fatigue and controlled waveform tests using MULTIDYN software
Precise measurement of viscoelastic properties
Determination of glass and secondary transitions
Any type of solid, viscous, or liquid materials
Particularly well suited to polymers and composites (polymer materials, polymerization follow-up, fatigue)
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