Linear thermal expansion of solids with a rod dilatometer
A dilatometer is used to determine the linear thermal expansion of a material as a function of temperature.
The temperature range of the measurement is generally between 25 °C and 1,600 °C. There is also an option to perform the test in a cryogenic atmosphere, which ranges from -175 °C to 300 °C. The typical heating rate is 3 °C/min.
As a result of the measurement, you will get the coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) and the absolute change in sample length, both as a function of temperature. The testing can be performed in various atmospheres, including air, argon, CO₂, N₂, and O₂.
Please contact us to get a quote. The price will depend on the testing conditions, so please specify them as precisely as possible.
- Suitable sample matrices
- Metals and ceramics
- Minimum sample amount
- 1/2", 1" or 2" specimen length. Maximum diameter 5/8".
- Typical turnaround time
- 3 weeks after receiving the samples
- Quality system
- Measurlabs validated method
- Device types
- Method expert
- Ville Roininen
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