Photonic Doppler Velocimeter Velorex PDV is an advanced instrument used for the measurement of the continuous velocity - time profiles of high-speed moving objects and detonation processes with up to 10 km/s speeds. It can be used for the determination of various detonation properties of energetic materials as well as for any other tasks where high precision in velocity or dynamic displacement measurements are crucial.
The OPTIMEX is a high-speed optical recorder with up to 64 synchronized channels (simultaneous 250 MSps sampling rate) used for advanced optical measurements of the shock wave parameters - velocity, curvature, transfer, expansion etc. With such a high number of probes, the instrument’s capabilities resemble those of a high-speed streak camera.
SSB (Stojan Strand Burner) is a modified version of the Crawford bomb and Stojan vessel SV-2 for advanced determination of burning rate of solid rocket propellants. SSB allows to conduct experiments using two different testing procedures: in constant volume or at quasi-constant pressure.
KV250M5 is a compact detonation chamber with four optical windows and multiple sensor ports for laboratory detonation experiments up to 250 gram TNT capacity without excessive noise loading.
20-liter explosion chamber CA20L with precise automated instrumentation is used for the measurement of explosion characteristics of flammable dusts, gases, vapors and hybrid mixtures - maximum explosion pressure, maximum rate of pressure rise, lower and upper explosibility limits and limiting oxygen concentration.
The X SPARK 10 is the newest generation of the universal testing instrumentation designed for the precise evaluation of the sensitivity of energetic materials to electrostatic spark in the range of discharge energies from 25 μJ to 17.5 J and voltages between 500 V and 10 kV.
The Ball Drop Impact Test BIT 132 is designed to determine the impact sensitivity of various types of energetic materials ranging from the most sensitive primary explosives to less-sensitive high explosives and pyrotechnic mixtures.
The DCA 25 is a detonation calorimeter for the determination of combustion, explosion or detonation heats of all kinds of explosive materials. It is capable to withstand detonation of up to 25 g TNT charge. The instrument offers superb precision, semi-automatic operation, durable and compact design with an integrated water cooler and a bomb manipulator.
The RSIT 400 (Relative Self-ignition Temperature for Solids) device is used to measure self-ignition temperature of solid substances – the lowest possible ambient temperature at which a substance will spontaneously self-ignite.
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