Smart Thermal Analysis: Measurements Wanted?

Imagine the typical situation in everyday laboratory work: A new sample has to be analyzed, but what are the suitable measurement conditions such as temperature program, sample mass or the right crucible? And what measurement results can be expected? Perhaps such kind of sample was already measured by you in the past ‒ or maybe by NETZSCH. Wouldn’t it help a lot to simply search in a database for thermal analysis? Identify, which is a part of the Proteus® analysis software, is the solution!

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Streamline your Product Development Process with NETZSCH Kinetics Neo

NETZSCH_Kinetics NEO

The NETZSCH Kinetics Neo software is used for the analysis of chemical processes. It enables analysis of temperature-dependent processes. The result of such analysis is a kinetics model or method that correctly describes experimental data under various temperature conditions. Get an overview and watch the video to find out how it works!

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New in Our Portfolio: Fire Testers, Hotboxes and Guarded Hot Pipes

With the NETZSCH TAURUS® Instruments GmbH, the product portfolio of the NETZSCH business unit Analyzing & Testing has been expanded with fire testing systems, thermal conductivity measuring devices and heat transfer coefficient (U-value) measurement instruments (Hotboxes).

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Smart Thermal Analysis (Part III): Automatic Evaluation of DIL and TMA Curves

AutoEvaluation by NETZSCH is an intelligent software functionality which can automatically and autonomously (not via pre-defined macro!) evaluate thermoanalytical measurement curves. This is not only helpful but also time-saving! AutoEvaluation was introduced for DSC, TGA and STA and is now available also for dL signals from Dilatometer (DIL) and Thermomechanical analyzers (TMA)!

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ECerS 2019: Get your own Virtual View into Sintering Processes

EcerS Conference 2019

During the ECerS-Conference 2019, NETZSCH presents the software tool “KINETICS NEO”, which is able to simulate the sintering processes of ceramic. This allows process engineers to optimize their firing processes without test-fires in a real kiln. Visitors of the NETZSCH booth have the chance to win the software.

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