Dilatometer (DIL) - Coefficient of Thermal Expansion (CTE)

With a Dilatometer you can measure the expansion of a sample with a temperature variation.
The expansion signal Delta L or the CTE value (coefficient of thermal expansion)
are measured over temperature or time.


LINSEIS instruments observe the conformable instrument and applications standards for
Dilatometry - DIL (e.g. ASTM D 696, ASTM D 3386, ASTM E 831, DIN 51045).





LInseis produces the following Dilatometers to cover the needs for different applications: 

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