By reason of the high material costs, process automation in composites manufacturing is one of the core themes of the fourth industrial revolution.
Thermal stability of materials measured fast and easy with a thermobalance coupled to a FT-IR System. Here, this method is applied to determine the thermal stability of Eudragit® L100-55.
NETZSCH is nominated for the Global Insulation Awards 2018 in the following categories:
Global Insulation Supplier of the Year (technology/equipment)
Global Insulation Technical Innovation Award with our Heat-Flow-Meter HFM 446 Lambda Series
The Voting is open now! We would be happy to get your vote, now!
NETZSCH laboratory devices contribute to the improvement of your energy efficiency in your company – external temperature control devices, which require a lot of energy themselves and generate huge amounts of waste heat, are a thing of the past.
There are many applications for a Heat Flow Meters – but is it the right measurment method for thermal conductivity for my material or product?
This article shows how the thermal conductivity of vacuum insulation panels can be determined – traceable to international thermal conductivity standards!
In Bezug auf unsere Wärmefluss-Messplatten-Geräte zur Ermittlung der Wärmeleitfähigkeit nach DIN EN 12664, DIN EN 12667 oder DIN EN 12939 tritt immer wieder eine Frage auf, die wir mit diesem Beitrag klären wollen: Was ist der Unterschied: “Nennwert” und “Bemessungswert” der Wärmeleitfähigkeit?
Saving energy – this applies in the course of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change at international level. Awareness of the reduction of CO2 emissions is growing. Most countries have set themselves ambitious goals. In other words: a good sign for a positive development of the insulation market.
This article and video shows, how you can design your sintering process to the best with KINETICS NEO and the data from Thermal Analysis. Simulate before firing and speed up your sintering process up to 60%
Investigation of the fire retardant properties of polyurethane foams by means of simultaneous thermal analysis and evolved gas analysis. With this investigation, we were able to prove that the polyurethane accoustic foams were not flame retardant and did not comply with fire safety regulations.