New Dimensions in the Measurement of Thermal DiffusivityThermal diffusivity (a with the unit mm2/s) is a material-specific property for characterizing unsteady heat conduction. This value describes how quickly a material reacts to a change in temperature.Thermal Diffusivity and Conductivity – Fast, Simple, Economical
Accurate Thermal DiffusivityThermal diffusivity (a with the unit mm2/s) is a material-specific property for characterizing unsteady heat conduction. This value describes how quickly a material reacts to a change in temperature.thermal diffusivity and Thermal ConductivityThermal conductivity (λ with the unit W/(m•K)) describes the transport of energy – in the form of heat – through a body of mass as the result of a temperature gradient (see fig. 1). According to the second law of thermodynamics, heat always flows in the direction of the lower temperature.thermal conductivity measurements between RT and 1250°C with Xenon Flash
The LFA 467 HT HyperFlash® is based on the already-established LFA 467 HyperFlash® technology and requires no laser class due to the innovative light source system. The long lifetime of the xenon lamp provides cost-effective measurements until 1250°C without costly consumables.
ZoomOptics – For precise measurement results by an optimized field of view
The patented ZoomOptics system (patent no.: DE 10 2012 106 955 B4 2014.04.03) optimizes the field of view of the detector, thus eliminating any influences caused by aperture stops. The result is a significant increase in the precision of the measurement results.
Ultra-fast sampling rate (up to 2 MHz) and extremely short pulse widths (up to 20 µs) enabling measurement of thin and highly conducting materials
The data acquisition rate of the LFA 467 HyperFlash® series was increased to 2 MHz. This acquisition rate applies to both the IR detector and the pulse mapping channels. Thereby, highly conductive and/or thin materials requiring very short test times can be reliably tested.
When testing metal (0.3 mm) and polymer foils (30 μm), an optimum sampling rate and pulse width can be selected. The patented pulse mapping system accounts for the finite pulse width effect and heat losses (patent no.: US7038209 B2; US20040079886; DE10242741).
Vacuum-tight for defined atmospheres and prevention of OxidationOxidation can describe different processes in the context of thermal analysis.oxidation
An internal pump device supports defined atmospheres by an automatic evacuation function prior to each measurement. Additional connections for external pump devices are available. The vacuum tight platinum furnace allows for heating rates up to 50 K/min.
High throughput and precision – 4 samples 4 thermocouples
Effective sample throughput over the entire temperature range is guaranteed by the automatic sample changer (ASC). Each of the ASC’s four sample positions is equipped with its own thermocouple. This results in drastically minimized temperature deviations between the sample and temperature measuring position. The ASC is designed for sample dimensions of 12.7 mm (round) and 10 mm (round and square).
All accomplished while still possessing the smallest footprint
The LFA 467 HT HyperFlash® is the first flash lamp-based LFA system to reach temperatures until 1250°C. One single furnace with an integrated sample changer covers the entire temperature range, providing the small footprint that the LFA 467 HyperFlash® series is well known for. Even at such elevated temperatures, an efficient internal water cooling circuit keeps the temperature of the surrounding components within a safe range, thereby reducing the liquid nitrogen consumption of the IR detector.
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Detector refill device
Heating rate (max.)
Data acquisition rate:
up to 2 MHz (for both temperature detection and pulse mapping)
0.01 mm2/s to 2000 mm2/s
Thermal ConductivityThermal conductivity (λ with the unit W/(m•K)) describes the transport of energy – in the form of heat – through a body of mass as the result of a temperature gradient (see fig. 1). According to the second law of thermodynamics, heat always flows in the direction of the lower temperature.Thermal Conductivity:
< 0.1 W/(m*K) to 4000 W/(m*K)
Patented pulse mapping technique
for finite pulse correction and improved cp determination
Inert, oxidizing, static and dynamic
for round and square samples
MFC and AutoVac