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Thermal analysis is the study of materials as a function of changing temperature. There are several thermal analysis techniques such as: Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) which measures weight changes; Thermal Conductivity, a materials ability to transmit heat; Differential Thermal Analysis (DTA) which measures exothermic and endothermic reactions; Differential Scanning Colorimetry (DSC) which measures the heat required to raiuse the sample temperature; Dilatometry and Thermomechanical Analysis (TMA) which measure dimensional changes with changing temperature and; Dynamic Mechanical Analysis (DMA), dynamic mechanical thermal analysis (DMTA) which looks at viscoelastic properties of polymers.
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TA Instruments’ DIL 806 optical dilatometer is a versatile device that is specifically developed for thermal expansion and contraction measurements. It can be used for measuring the full lengths of thin, irregularly-shaped soft samples without contact.
All the advanced tools provided by TA Instruments are designed for measuring thermal diffusivity up to 1200°C using the Flash method.
The Q600 Simultaneous TGA/DSC thermal analyzer available from TA Instruments is a reliable, rugged, and sensitive system that provides research quality results on a wide range of samples over a wide range of temperature. The system allows independent TGA experiments to be performed on two samples concurrently.
Designed to address the most demanding applications, the TA Instruments TGA-HP50 instrument is a specialty gravimetric analyzer which provides unique capabilities for High-Pressure, Ultra-High Vacuum, and High-Temperature under static or dynamic reactive atmospheres.
The Discovery TGA features our industry-leading thermobalance, innovative IR-heated furnace, patented Hi-Res TGA, and an autosampler unmatched in flexibility and reliability.
The new STA 449 F1 Jupiter® combines unlimited configuration flexibility and unmatched performance in just one instrument.
Based on over 50 years of experience in thermogravimetry, NETZSCH has developed the thermobalance TG 209 F1 Libra®. This instrument allows for analyses to be carried out even faster, more accurately, and across an extended temperature range.
The NETZSCH LFA 457 MicroFlash® complies with the latest technology for modern laser flash systems. LFA 457 MicroFlash® allows measurements from -125°C to 1100°C using two different user-exchangeable furnaces. The innovative infrared sensor technology employed in the system enables measurement of the temperature increase on the back surface of the sample, even at temperatures of -125°C.