LFA 427 - Laser Flash Apparatus (2800°C)

LFA 427 - Laser Flash Apparatus (2800°C)
by NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH


Laser Flash technique over the broadest temperature range Outstanding attributes of the LFA 427 include high precision and reproducibility, short measuring times, variable sample holders and precisely adjustable atmosphere conditions in a wide application range. The LFA 427 is the most powerful LFA system for use in research & development. The thermal conductivity of disk-shaped samples o...read more

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Laser Flash technique over the broadest temperature range

Outstanding attributes of the LFA 427 include high precision and reproducibility, short measuring times, variable sample holders and precisely adjustable atmosphere conditions in a wide application range. The LFA 427 is the most powerful LFA system for use in research & development.

The thermal conductivity of disk-shaped samples of ceramic, glass, metals, melts and liquids, powders, fibers and multi-layer materials ranging from vacuum insulation panels to diamonds is measured with equal speed and accuracy. The temperature-dependent measured thermal diffusivity value along with the corresponding specific heat (DSC 404 F1 Pegasus®) and density (DIL 402 C) data are used to calculate the thermal conductivity.

The laser power, pulse width, gas and vacuum are variable over a wide range, making it possible to set the optimum measurement conditions for the very different sample properties.

The LFA 427 is the most powerful and versatile LFA system for research and development as well as all applications involving characterization of standard and high-performance materials in automobile manufacturing, aeronautics, astronautics and energy technology.

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LFA 427 - Laser Flash Apparatus (2800°C) by NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH
LFA 427 - Laser Flash Apparatus (2800°C)

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