Minimum Film Forming Temperature Bar (MFFT) | Lee Hung Scientific Pte Ltd

Minimum Film Forming Temperature Bar (MFFT)

  • Features

The MFFT bar is a temperature gradient plate for determining minimum film forming temperature test.

 

The minimum film forming temperature is the lowest temperature at which an emulsion, latex or adhesive will uniformly coalesce when applied on a substrate as a thin film.

 

Knowing the MFFT temperature allows formulators to create a product that cures correctly under the required application conditions. The instrument can also be used to define the white point/glass transition temperature of dispersion materials, synthetic resins, enamels etc. and the blocking power and stacking capability of coated papers, foils, prints and etc.

 

The MFFT TEST meets the following standards: acc. to current standards: DIN ISO 2115 – DIN 53366 – ASTM D 2354 – ASTM D 1465 – ISO 2115 – ISO/DIS 4622

 

 

Models & Features

VF9600

MFFT 10 -5...+80°C

10 built-in temperature sensors

Temperature gradient: max. 20 K (depends on the external cryostat)

Hinged transparent cover made of PMMA, max. working temperature 80°C

 

VF9700

MFFT 20 -30...+250°C

20 built-in temperature sensors

temperature gradient: max. 100 K (depends on the external cryostat)

Hinged transparent cover made of PMMA, for temperatures up to +80°C

Hinged transparent cover made of stainless steel and safety glass for temperatures up to +250°C.