NETZSCH: Light Flash Apparatus
NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH has introduced the LFA 467 HT HyperFlash, a new light flash apparatus for determining thermal diffusivity and conductivity up to 1500°C. The flash method is reportedly a precise, reliable and efficient method for determining the thermophysical properties of a variety of materials. In 2013, NETZSCH introduced the LFA 467 HyperFlash with ZoomOptics. On the basis of its LFA 467 platform, NETZSCH has now developed what is reportedly the world’s first Xenon flash apparatus for the room temperature to 1500°C temperature range.
The company has advanced into the high-temperature sector with a compact tabletop unit without the use of lasers. The LFA 467 HT HyperFlash comes standard with ZoomOptics. Its ultra-fast acquisition rates of up to 2 MHz, along with extremely short pulse times of up to 20 μs, reportedly offer optimal conditions for carrying out measurements on very thin and highly conductive materials.
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