Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC)
Measure samples with the most sensitive DSC on the market – ideal for investigating all kinds of materials and effects. The DSC utilizes an innovative patented DSC sensor with 120 thermocouples which guarantees unmatched sensitivity
Flash Differential Scanning Calorimetry (Flash DSC)
Take advantage of fastest DSC perfect for studying rapid crystallization & reorganization processes. The ultra-high heating & cooling rates add a new dimension to the study of thermally induced physical transitions & chemical processes
High-Pressure Differential Scanning Calorimetry
For material testing, there is often no alternative to DSC measurements under pressure, it influences all physical changes and chemical reactions. Study thermal effects under pressure, reaction rate, evaporation to higher temperature.
Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA)
Achieve fast and accurate TGA results through seamless workflows. Our TGA instruments deliver trustworthy results using the world’s best MT micro and ultra-micro balances with sub-microgram resolution over the whole measurement range.
Simultaneous Thermal Analysis (TGA/DSC)
Provides trustworthy results using a TGA balance from the world leader in weighing. A complementary DSC heat flow sensor simultaneously detects thermal events. Allows users to analyze a wide variety of sample types up to 1600 °C
Thermomechanical Analysis (TMA)
The TMA can be used for a wide range of applications due to its broad temperature range and the wide choice of force parameters in compression and tension modes. TMA quickly provides characteristic information on numerous types of samples
Dynamic Mechanical Analysis (DMA)
Measurements can be carried out in all standard deformation modes (bending, tension, shear and compression), even in liquids or at defined relative humidity levels. A unique aspect of the DMA is its rotatable measuring head.
Hot stage microscopy systems
Hot-stage microscopy is a powerful method which is widely used to visually examine all kinds of thermal transitions when the sample is heated or cooled. The heart of all hot-stage systems is the heating element beneath and above the sample