Who has the oldest STA still in use? The winner is our long-standing customer, the Fraunhofer-Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS in Dresden, Germany.
In the past two weeks, you have learned a lot about the development and history of our coupling systems. Today, among other things, we show you, what is supposed to be the largest NETZSCH laboratory, but is not a NETZSCH company. 🙂 Also learn, how coupling systems have evolved until today and what makes them unique.
NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH consists of over half a century of development experience in coupling technology. In the month of March, find out in a historical summary how it all began, which systems were used then and which are used today, and read exciting contributions from our long-standing customers and partners.
Today we make you smile! Read three curious stories experienced by our Chinese service team and celebrate a round birthday with the STA 409 called Willi.
Who has the oldest Dilatometer still in use? And the Oscar goes to… Here’s the winner of our January raffle!
NETZSCH has been accompanying Dr. Martin Steinbrück (Karlsruhe Institute for Technology) for more than 35 years. He already had his first points of contact with our STA during his studies.
Today, the STA is one of the most flexible analytical instruments in the NETZSCH portfolio. Users can select from among various types of furnaces, sensors, sample carriers, thermocouples, crucibles and other accessories. Moreover, simultaneous thermal analysis offers unique application possibilities.
STA – Along with dilatometry, this classical thermal analysis technique is one of the oldest in the history of NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH. In the coming weeks, you will learn more about the history of STA and the latest instrument highlights. There are also some nice service stories, that will make you smile.
As part of the communication campaign surrounding our 60th anniversary, January is all about the dilatometer. Today, we’ll be going into detail about different areas of application for dilatometers. And don’t forget, the raffle runs until February 9th!
As part of our communication campaign regarding 60 years of NETZSCH-Gerätebau, January is all about the dilatometer. Find out today, what our Managing Director Dr. Jürgen Blumm researched in his dissertation in connection with the dilatometer and how the patented NanoEye measuring system revolutionized dilatometry.