DILATOMETRY (DIL)

Dilatometry, or DIL, is a technique in which a dimension of a substance under negligible load is measured (e.g. expansion measurement or shrinkage measurement) as a function of temperature while the substance is subjected to a controlled temperature program in a specified atmosphere.

Our thermal dilatometers precisely measure dimensional changes of a specimen brought about by changes in its thermal environment. Typical measurements include thermal expansion, determination of phase transitions and the glass transition, and construction of phase diagrams and sintering studies. Investigation of processing parameters as reflected by dimensional changes of the material can be studied in great detail through exact duplication of thermal cycles and rates used in the actual process.

  • DL-9000

    ULVAC
    Thermodilatometer
    Thermal Analysis Evaluation System
  • DLY-9000

    ULVAC
    Thermodilatometer
    Thermal Analysis Evaluation System
  • DLY-9000-ROBOT

    ULVAC
    Robotic Thermal Dilatometer
    Thermal Analysis Evaluation System
  • LIX

    ULVAC
    Thermal Expansion Measurement System
    Thermal Analysis Evaluation System