Dilatometry / Dilatometer (DIL) - Expansion Measurements
Dilatometry / Dilatometer (DIL)
Dilatometry (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.
Linseis produces a wide range of Single-, Dual-, Differential-, Quattro-, Quenching-, Laser- and Optical Dilatometer in a temperature range from -180°C up to 2800°C and a resolution up to 0.3 nm. Thanks to our years of experience (est. 1953), Linseis offers Dilatometers with an unbeaten performance.
Depending on your Application, we offer the perfect solution:
Vertical Dilatometer L75V:
- No friction on expansion
- Push-rod contact is always guaranteed
- possible field of application: samples that shrink during heat up
Horizontal Dilatometer L76/L75H:
- Economic system, very simple and easy to use
- Highest temperature uniformity
- L75H is perfect for research & development
Optical Dilatometer L74 Optical:
- Non-contact - no contact pressure
- Only choice for melting samples during the measurement
- Can be used for many applications (contact angle, heating microscope...)
- Excellent heating behavior
- Best choice for irregularly shaped and soft samples
Quenching and Deformation Dilatometer L78 Rita:
- Unreached heating and cooling rates up to 2500K/s
- Creation of CHT/CCT/TTT diagrams
- Deformation forces up to 25 kN
Certainly Linseis Dilatometers comply with all national and international standards related to thermal expansion measurements, such as: ASTM E228, E289, E831, D696, D3386, DIN ISO 7991, DIN EN 821, DIN 51045.