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TMA


THERMOMECHANICAL ANALYZER

Measurement of a mechanical property change with respect to temperature

TMA is technique in which a non-oscillatory load is applied such as in compression, tension or bending, measuring the changes in the sample shape when the sample is heated or cooled. The TMA method includes measurement modes such as compression loading method, tensile loading method, penetration method and 3-point bending based on the sample shape and the objective of the measurement. TMA is widely used to measure the thermal expansion ratio and softening temperature of a sample. 

Rigaku’s TMA adopts the differential expansion principle that cancels the thermal expansion or shrinkage generated from the detection mechanism itself. In addition to constant load, the load control can be set to two types: constant rate loading mode and sine-wave cyclic loading mode. 

Sample controlled TMA (SCTMA), where the shrinkage rate controls the temperature, can be installed as an option that is effective for the simulation of sintering in ceramics, production of sintered materials with suppressed grain growth. 


Specifications

Product name TMA8311
Technique Thermomechanical analyzer
Benefit Measurement of a mechanical property change with respect to temperature
Technology Differential expansion principle where the thermal expansion or shrinkage generated from the detection mechanism itself can be canceled
Core attributes Multi-measurement system that excels in expandability
Computer External PC
Core dimensions 380 (W) x 580 (H) x 580 (D) (mm)
Mass (core unit) 30 kg
Power requirements 1Ø, AC100-120V/200-240V 50/60Hz 15A

Features

  • High-sensitivity, high-precision measurement by the differential method
  • Multi-measurement system that excels in expandability
  • Flexible handling of various sample sizes
  • Notable enhancement of heating and cooling rates enabled by a compact electric furnace
  • Simple sample setting mechanism, the first of its kind in differential TMA
  • Safety foremost emphasized on the entire system
  • Different measurement methods
    • Compression loading method
    • Tensile loading method
    • Penetration method
    • High-sensitivity differential penetration method
  • Measuring temp. range
  • Standard model: Ambient to 1100°C
  • High-temperature model: Ambient to 1500°C
  • Low-temperature model: -150 to 600°C

 

 

 

 

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