Dielectric Analyzers feature modular design.

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With data acquisition times of less than 5 msec, DEA 288 Epsilon Series helps study curing behavior of thermosetting resins, adhesives, paints, and coatings. Lab version, with up to 8 channels, can be used in conjunction with furnace that reaches temperatures up to 400°C, while industrial version, providing up to 16 channels, is intended for production monitoring and process control. Proteus software allows automatic control of press, temperature program of furnace, or UV lamp shots.

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New Series Makes Dielectric Analysis Even More Effective

Versatility at Its Best - One Modular Concept to Meet Your Needs

Over 30 years of experience in dielectric analysis at Netzsch stand behind the latest development: the DEA 288 Epsilon Series. These instruments allow for the study of the curing behavior of thermosetting resins, adhesives, paints and coatings in nearly any application.

In contrast with other dielectric analyzers, the modular concept can be applied in both the laboratory and in production processes. The lab version with up to 8 channels can be used in conjunction with a newly designed furnace for R&D which reaches temperatures of up to 400°C. The industrial versions are intended for production monitoring and process control, and are designed with up to 16 channels.

A variety of reusable or disposable sensors

The industrial DEA 288 Epsilon instruments are connected via rugged extension cables and connectors to sensors of various types which are located in molds, presses, furnaces or autoclaves. Reusable tool mount sensors (TMS) in a variety of geometries and temperature/pressure ranges can be applied to molding processes.

Extremely fast data acquisition time (< 5 ms)

Due to more powerful processors and other technical features, the data acquisition time has been reduced by more than 90%, down to < 5 ms.

New Proteus software for controlling a press, a furnace or a UV lamp

The newly developed Proteus software for the DEA instrument series allows automatic control of the press, the temperature program of the furnace, or the UV lamp shots. This ensures the highest possible precision for the measuring result in any process.

About Netzsch: when it comes to thermal analysis, calorimetry and the determination of thermophysical properties, Netzsch leads the way. Our 50 years of extensive applications experience and engineering know-how, broad state-of-the-art product portfolio, and comprehensive service offerings ensure that our solutions will not only meet your every requirement but also exceed your every expectation.

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