Digitization is the biggest change in the way we do business today. Enterprises that successfully adjust to this change can improve productivity
….then we cordially invite you to the 7th SKT on Coupling Techniques between Thermal Analysis and Evolved Gas Analysis instruments.
NETZSCH Analyzing&Testing Supports the 11th Asian-Australasian Conference on Composite Materials in Cairns for the Scientific Promotion of Young Scientists.
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.
Drug excipient compatibility ensure that the efficacy of the active ingredient is not affected by the excipients. You get first information about compatibility and interaction of components with thermal analysis methods as DSC or TG.
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?