Model 1416 STD
Orton dilatometer Model 1416STD is a horizontal, digital dilatometer that measures the expansion or contraction of a single test specimen from room temperature to 1600°C with on-board, stand-alone, programmable process controller and linear motion measuring head assembly equipped with LVDT sensor.
Operated according to ASTM E-228, ASTM C-372, or ISO 7991
- Bench top instrument console
- 1600°C water cooled furnace with SiC element
- Programmable process controller
- Alumina sample holder and alumina probe rod
- type "S" thermocouple
- 1 (25.4mm) or 2" (50.8mm) calibration sample
- computer software
- Accessories and instruction manual. (Computer not included.)
|Model||DIL 1416 STD|
|Temperature Range||RT to 1600°C|
|Furnace||Tube style, 4 inch hot zone|
|Thermocouple||Type "S 3 wire|
|Sample Holder and Probe Rod||Alumina (Fused Quartz optional)|
|Sample Size (max)||50 mm long x 10 mm round or square|
|LVDT Displacement Range||±0.125 inch (±3.18 mm)|
|Displacement Resolution||0.0000003 inch or 0.3 micro-inch (0.00001 millimeter or 0.01 microns)|
|PLC Resolution for a 1 Sample||0.00003%|
|Reproducibility Range||± 0.008 Percent Linear Change|
|Contact Load||Adjustable - minimum 4 grams / 3.9cn|
|Temperature Control||User Programmable, 20-segment, PID Controller with Melting Point Protection|
|Heating Rate||1 to 20°C/minute Programmable at 0.01°C increments|
|Power Requirements||208-240vac, 20amp 50/60Hz|
|Data Acquisition||On-board Process controller - data stored at 1°C increments, real-time data collection or data retrieval to computer|
|Data Analysis||Remote programming and analysis Software (Requires English Language Version of Windows OS)|
|Factory Calibration||high purity platinum|
|Calibration Sample||99.8 Alumina (Platinum available as Option)|
|Water Cooled Bulkhead||Optional (water circulation system not included)|
|Measuring Head Cover||Optional|
|Controlled Atmosphere Option||Optional|
|Vacuum 10-2 torr||Optional|
|Bench-top Footprint Length x Depth x Height||31 x 12 x 14 (788 x 305 x 356 mm)|
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