Netzsch Highlights DEA 288 Epsilon at RadTech 2016


DEA 288 Epsilon Dielectric Analyzer comes in lab, industrial versions.

The ability to measure the degree of cure that has occurred during manufacturing is an important aspect to energy curing. To met this need, Netzsch Instruments North America, LLC has launched its DEA 288 Epsilon line of dielectric analyzers.
NETZSCH’s thermal analyzers support the OmniCure S2000 UV lamp or other UV sources for studying light-induced. NETZSCH Proteus Software controls the duration and intensity of the UV exposure. 
The DEA 288 Epsilon - Dielectric Analyzer comes in three versions. The DEA 288 Laboratory Version has a footprint that is identical to that of a DSC or a TGA system. The DEA 288 Industrial Version is designed for in-process cure monitoring, two industrial versions are available: the standard industrial version. The DEA 288 Slim Version is portable, and can be used in a lab or in an industrial process.
“The DEA 288 Epsilon is a measuring instrument that determines the degree of cure,” said Peter Vichos, regional sales manager, Midwest US and Canada, Netzsch Instruments North America, LLC. “It can be used inline or on a lab scale, and can be used with lasers or LEDs.”