Netzsch Technologies India Private Limited
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Mogappair East, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
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Dielectric Analysis - DEA

We are regarded by our esteemed clients as one of the supplier and trader of Dielectric Analysis - DEA. These products have versatile sensors that are used for measuring the ion viscosity. We have employed a team of qualified experts to quality test these products in accordance to the international standards. Our clients can avail from us these products in various sizes as per their specifications and requirements. 

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DEA 288 Epsilon - Dielectric Analyzer
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DEA 288 Epsilon - Dielectric Analyzer

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Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity1 Piece
Model288 Epsilon
ApplicationLaboratory Use, Industrial Use

For investigation of the curing behavior of thermosetting resin systems, composite materials, adhesives and paints, Dielectric Analysis (DEA) in accordance with ASTM E2038 or E2039 has stood the test of time. The great advantage of DEA is that it can be employed not only on a laboratory scale, but also in process.
For measurement of the ion conductivity, which is calculated from the dielectric loss factor, or its reciprocal value, the ion viscosity, NETZSCH offers single- and multiple-channel DEA systems, depending on the application, which operate in various measurement and frequency ranges with different types of sensors.

The features are:

    • DEA variables: ion viscosity, ion conductivity, loss factor, permittivity, tanδ as a function of time/temperature
    • Multiple-window technique — clear presentation and evaluation of measurement data or graphical excerpts in multiple windows
    • Multi-method plot — conjoint evaluation and presentation of, for example, DEA, DSC and DMA curves in a single graph for detailed material characterization
    • Determination of characteristic values such as peak or extrapolated onset or endset, on a single curve or on a curve family


  • Epoxy Resin during Melting and Curing

  • Correlation with Viscosity Measurements (comparison DEA with rheometer data)

  • Simultaneous DEA-DMA

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