Smart Thermal Analysis (Part II): Identification of Measurements via Database Search

The database system for thermal analysis by NETZSCH, called Identify, has now (from Proteus® analysis version 8.0 or higher) already more than 2000 database entries available.
Furthermore, Identify can now be used with combined TGA+DSC, TGA-c-DTA® and STA measurements, which allows for material identification with greater certainty.

Smart Thermal Analysis (Part I): Automatic Evaluation of DSC, TGA and STA Measurements

AutoEvaluation by NETZSCH is a very helpful tool for evaluation of thermoanalytical measurements. The entire measurement is evaluated by AutoEvaluation automatically and autonomously (not via pre-defined macro!) – with only one mouse click – and just within a second. AutoEvaluation is available for DSC, TGA and now also for STA measurements. Furthermore, the adaptability of AutoEvaluation is adressed.

Creating Customer Value: An Often-Forgotten Part of Digitization.

When managers of companies today talk about “digitization”, “industry 4.0” or “digital transformation”, they often limit themselves to what is so important for many companies: increasing their own efficiency – increasing their own productivity – optimizing profits by reducing costs. In short, in most cases, it is a matter of optimizing your own internal processes with the help of digital tools.

Of course: Optimized processes are the guarantee for the effective survival of a company – but isn’t there a more important factor for success than your own process reliability? Is the internal optimization of a company not a matter of course anyway? Are companies that do NOT take care of their processes still able to survive today?
I think it must be a matter of course for our customers that WE as a company have done our homework. Doesn’t the innovation focus of a modern company has to lie in this question already?

“What added value can I offer my customers from digitization?”

Absolute thermal conductivity measurement: Simpler than ever

For the absolute measurement of thermal conductivity on low-conductive materials the so called “GUARDED HOT PLATE-Method” (GHP) is used. The method is based on a steady-state heat-flow maintained through a material.
Even if those instruments are very complex, NETZSCH found a way to provide the simplest way of absolute thermal conductivity measurements to the industry. The newest SMART MODE Software for GHP’s is a milestone for simplicity to this method.