The NETZSCH Thermal Analysis Applications Laboratories are a proficient partner for nearly all thermal analysis issues. Our involvement in your projects begins with painstaking sample preparation and continues through meticulous examination and interpretation of the measurement results. Our diverse methods and over 30 different state-of-the-art measuring stations will provide ready solutions for all your special questions. Customers of our laboratory services stem from a wide range of large companies in industries such as chemical, automotive, electronics, air/space travel, racing, and polymer and ceramics.
The Advantage to You
You will receive high-precision measurement results and valuable interpretations from us in the shortest possible time.
You will receive high-precision measurement results and valuable interpretations from us in the shortest possible time. This will enable you to exactly specify new materials and components before actual deployment, minimize risks of failure, and gain decisive advantages over your competitors. For production problems, we can work with you to analyze causal issues and work out solution concepts. The relatively low expense of investment in our test measurements and services will pay off by greatly reducing your down time and reject rates. In addition, you will be able to increase the satisfaction of your existing customers and to win new ones.
For more information about the Applications Service in the US and Canada please contact the manager of our applications lab:
NETZSCH Instruments N.A. LLC.
129 Middlesex Turnpike
Burlington, MA 01803-3305 USA
Phone: (+1) 781 418 1803
Mobile: (+1) 781 460 1655
Fax: (+1) 781 272 5225
Our Measuring Methods
|Method||Measurement results||Temperature range||In accordance with the following standards (excerpt)|
|Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC)||Phase transformation temperatures and enthalpies, specific heat||-180°C ... 1650°C||ASTM||C351, D3417, D3418, D3895, D4565, E793, E794|
|DIN||51004, 51007, 53765, 65467|
|ISO||10837, 11357, 11409|
|High-pressure DSC (up to 15 MPa, 150 bar)||Phase transformation temperatures||-50°C ... 600°C||ASTM||D5483, D6186, E1782, E1858, E2009|
|Differential Thermal Analysis (DTA)||Phase transformation temperatures||-180°C ... 2000°C||ASTM||C351, D3417, D3418, D3895, D4565, E793, E794|
|Thermogravimetry (TGA, STA)||Mass changes, corrosion, thermal stability||RT ... 2000°C||ASTM||E914, E1131, E1868|
|Gas analysis||Characterization of gases emitted by means of MS, GC-MS or FT-IR, coupled to a TGA or STA||-120°C ... 1650°C|
|Dilatometry and TMA||Dimensional changes, coefficients of expansion, DensityThe mass density is defined as the ratio between mass and volume. density change||-180°C ... 2800°C||ASTM||D696, E228, E831, E1363, E1545, E1824|
|Dynamic-Mechanical Analysis (DMA)||Visco-elastic behavior, coefficient of elasticity||-170°C ... 600°C||ASTM||D4092, D4065, D4473, D5023, D5024, D5026, D5418, E1640, E1867|
|DIN EN ISO||6721|
|Heat Flow Meter and Guarded Hot Plate||Thermal conductivity of insulating materials||-160°C ... 600°C||ASTM||C177, C518|
|DIN EN||12667, 12939, 13163|
|Flash Methods||Thermal conductivity and diffusivity||-125°C ... 2000°C||ASTM||E1461|
|Seebeck CoefficientThe Seebeck coefficient is the ratio of the induced thermoelectric voltage to the temperature difference between two points at an electrical conductor.Seebeck Coefficient & Electrical Conductivity||Simultaneous measurement of the Seebeck coefficient and Electrical Conductivity (SBA)Electrical conductivity is a physical property indicating a material's ability to allow the transport of an electric charge.electrical conductivity||RT ... 800°C|
|Dielectric Analysis||Curing behavior of reactive polymers||RT ... 400°C||ASTM||E2038, E2039|