DMA (dynamic mechanical analyzer) measures the viscoelastic properties of materials. Its main use is for glass transition detection, but it can also be used to measure secondary transition, materials stiffness, curing level, and crystallinity. It’s used for mechanical characterization in applied research, R&D in plastics, rubber and film materials.
Our DMA helps you catch very fast modulus changes, understand unexpected behaviors such as sample damage or color change, and check the reliability of each data point – even after the measurement run is complete. Our innovative Real View® camera system provides real-time observation during measurement. The DMA7100 has an extremely large modules range making it ideal for very soft and stiff samples.Request more information
The RealView® camera system integrates seamlessly with NEXTA DMA to observe changes in the sample status during analysis in real-time. Images reveal changes in sample shape, size, colour, and other properties. The images can be recorded and are automatically linked to the thermal data by timestamp. You can also integrate RealView® with the Auto Sampler to monitor changes to your samples while automatically analyzing several samples at once.
Automate the entry of measurement conditions with a barcode reader, mass upload of up to 5000 sample information data points like name, method file, lot number and export all your data including test results into CSV, Excel and text formats to make data management easier and more reliable.
|Tension, Bending, Shear, Film Shear, Compression, 3-Point Bending|
|Sine Wave Oscillation 0.01 to 200Hz|
|105 to 1012Pa(Tension), |
105 to 1012Pa(Dual-Cantilever Bending),
103 to 109Pa(Shear),
104 to 1010Pa(Film Shear),
105 to 109Pa(Compression),
106.5 to 1013.5Pa(3-Point Bending)
Program Temp Range
|-150 to 600°C|
|0.01 to 20°C/min|
|Temperature, Frequency, Time, E’(G’), E”(G”),│ E*│(│G*│), tanδ, η, J’, J”, Ft, dL, Stress, Strain|
*Deformation modes "Bending", "Shear", "Film Shear", "Compression" and "3-Point Bending" are optional.