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Dielectric Analyzer – DEA - Linseis

Dielectric Analyzer – DEA

Dielectric Analysis – Dielectric cure monitoring


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Dielectric cure monitoring is an invaluable technique that assesses electrical properties, offering insights into the curing status and viscosity of thermoset materials. It simultaneously provides a window into the material’s chemistry, reaction rate, formulation, and physical characteristics.

Lambient Technologies offers a comprehensive suite of instruments, sensors, and software designed for flexibility and user-friendliness. Together, these components create an integrated system tailored for polymer research, empowering you to optimize the final product.

This methodology is unique in its applicability across the spectrum of Research and Development, Quality Assurance/Quality Control, and manufacturing processes. It yields quantitative data that can be readily applied and seamlessly transferred to various aspects of polymer processing.

Dielectric cure monitoring can be effectively employed in diverse processing environments, including ovens, presses, autoclaves, pultruders, extruders, and batch reaction vessels.

Processing Environments:

  • Ovens
  • Presses
  • Autoclaves
  • Pultruders and extruders
  • Batch reaction vessels

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Modell DEA
Dimensions: 17” W x 16” L x 3.25” H
Weight: 16 lbs
Power: 100 VAC – 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz autoswitching universal input, 4 A max
Communications: RS-232C, USB with adapter



Formulation Analysis, Reaction Rate, and Cure Studies: In-depth investigations into formulation characteristics, assessment of reaction rates, and comprehensive cure studies.

Diffusion Analysis: Evaluating the diffusion properties of materials to understand their behavior and interactions.

Cure and Process Development/Monitoring: Monitoring and optimizing the curing process and associated development for enhanced efficiency.

Materials Testing: Comprehensive testing and analysis of materials to determine their properties and suitability for specific applications.

Statistical Quality Control: Implementing statistical quality control measures to ensure consistent and reliable product quality.


  • Epoxy
  • Polyurethane
  • Polyester
  • Polystyrene
  • Composites and laminates
  • Bulk/Sheet molding compound
  • Paints and coatings
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