HZ-7039V Thermal Conductivity Tester Transient Plane Heat Source Method

HZ-7039V thermal conductivity tester adopts the transient plane heat source method, mainly measuring the thermal conductivity of solid, powder, coating, film, anisotropic materials, etc.This instrument is based on the TPS transient plane heat source technology, using Hot Disk as the thermal conductivity detector of the probe.

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Thermal Conductivity Tester Transient Plane Heat Source Method
Main advantages

(1)Direct measurement of heat transmission, can save a lot of time;

(2) It will not be affected by the same contact thermal resistance as in the static method;

  (3) No special sample preparation, only a relatively flat sample surface.
Main Technical Index:

1.Determination range of thermal conductivity: 0.01- -100W / mk,
2.Measuring time: 1-600 seconds,
3.Accuracy: better than 5%,
4.Temperature range: Standard measurement: room temperature, (the test temperature of various temperature segments can be selected according to customer requirements, with additional cost: such as-20℃ ~120℃),
5.Sample size: diameter≧45mmthickness≧15mm(Single layer of insufficient multilayer superposition detection)Relative flat sample surface, powder material can be directly inserted into the probe detection;
6.Instrument reference standard: ISO 22007-2008 and GB / T32064-2015 Building thermal conductivity and thermal diffusion coefficient transient plane heat source test method.
7. Easy operation and fast test speed. Just clip the test probe between the two sample blocks, and the thermal conductivity of the tested sample can be obtained through a simple software click operation.
8. Power supply: voltage 220V; frequency 50Hz; power <500W,
9. Communication interface: USB interface.
Instrument configuration: including a HZ-7039V test host, a test probe, a set of test software, a set of communication interface and data cable, a desktop computer (configured according to the contract), a sample fixture.


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