LMS Technologies Vietnam

The New HFM 446 Lambda Eco-Line – Thermal Conductivity Measurements Now Up to 40% Faster

The development of technologies leads to changes in demand. Insulation materials are created in several forms including porous form, blanket or batt form, rigid form, natural form, foamed structure, and reflective structure. Fiber and polymer products are the most commonly used types of thermal insulation. Many studies have examined the impact of various parameters on the thermal performance of insulation materials. Extensive investigations have focused on heat transfer in these materials in the context of their numerous and varied applications.

The thermal conductivity in these applications is one of the most important challenges facing thermal, mechanical, material, and civil engineers. In various fields, the accuracy of different techniques for evaluating thermal conductivity and other properties is widely debated as a fundamental parameter. As a result of the wide range of thermal properties of insulation materials, there is no single measurement method for all thermal conductivity measurements

The new HFM 446 Lambda for measurement of materials with low thermal conductivity delivers up to 40% faster measurement results and saves valuable resources in Eco-Mode.
What’s New?
  • Up to 40% faster measurement results
  • New Eco-Mode for reduced energy consumption
  • Easy and fast set up saving installation time, instrument comes pre-calibrated
  • Precise measurements on easily compressible samples using the drive-to-thickness feature
  • Possibility to combine single heat flux calibrations using HFT (Heat Flux Transducer) MultiCalibration for increased accuracy
  • Compliance to standards made easy with Stability Configuration Management
  • New User Interface for improved instrument handling and smoother workflows
  • Compact stand-alone unit, no PC needed