NETZSCH: Light Flash Apparatus
The Flash method is reportedly a fast, non-contact, and efficient method for measuring the three fundamental thermophysical properties of thermal diffusivity, specific heat capacity, and thermal conductivity. The LFA 467 HyperFlash is a new light flash apparatus that reportedly pushes the boundaries in measuring these properties.
With a single instrument setup, the LFA 467 can reportedly carry out measurements from -100°C to 500°C. Coupled with the broadest range of accessories available on the market, the instrument opens the door to completely new dimensions in the determination of thermophysical properties.
The apparatus can reportedly simultaneously measure up to 16 samples over the entire temperature range. This can allow for maximum sample throughput with a minimum input of operational time and effort. Refill systems are available for automatic refilling of the Dewar on both the detector and the furnace, allowing uninterrupted operation of the LFA system around the clock.
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