Calorimetria por taxa de Aceleração (ARC)The method describing isothermal and adiabatic test procedures used to detect thermally exothermic decomposition reactions.ARC®

Calorimetria por Taxa de Aceleração 

Calorímetros de Alta Aceleração ajudam a indústria a operar de maneira lucrativa e segura.

Miniaturas de reatores químicos muito versáteis, eles medem propriedades térmicas e propriedades de pressão de reações químicas exotérmicas. Os resultados destas medições auxiliam engenheiros e cientistas a identificar perigos potenciais e assim direcionar elementos chave para o desenvolvimento de um processo seguro, incluindo sistemas de alívio, manuseio de efluentes, otimização de processo e estabilidade térmica.

Instrument / ModeAdiabatic
(Accelerating Rate)
ScanningIsothermalReaction (Isothermal/isoperibolic)
ARC® 244+with VariPhi®with VariPhi®-
ARC® 305+with VariPhi®with VariPhi®with VariPhi®, stirring, injection
Calorímetro de Múltiplo Módulo (MMC)A multiple mode calorimeter device consisting of a base unit and exchangeable modules. One module is prepared for accelerating rate calorimetry (ARC), the ARC-Module. A second one is used for scanning tests (Scanning Module) and a third one is related to battery testing for coin cells (Coin Cell Module).MMC 274 Nexus®, ARC® module+with VariPhi®  with VariPhi® -
MMC 274 Nexus®, Scanning module-++-
MMC 274 Nexus®, HT Coin Cell module-++-

Accelerating Rate Calorimeter 244 (ARC®)

The cost‐effective ARC® 244 is designed to safely measure the amount and rate of heat release associated with the processing or storage of chemicals within a container volume between 1.5 ml and 8.5 ml.

Accelerating Rate Calorimeter 305 (ARC®)

The Accelerating Rate Calorimeter 305 (ARC®) provides AdiabáticoAdiabatic describes a system or measurement mode without any heat exchange with the surroundings. This mode can be realized using a calorimeter device according to the method of accelerating rate calorimetry (ARC). The main purpose of such a device is to study scenarios and thermal runaway reactions. A short description of the adiabatic mode is “no heat in – no heat out”.adiabatic calorimetry data in a safe, controlled laboratory environment.

This information helps provide a sound understanding of the fundamental physical processes involved. From this understanding, various safe operating systems and procedures can be developed to mitigate the hazards posed by a reactive system.


Our NETZSCH applications laboratory is providing contract testing services for a wide range of industries and research centers. It is equipped with state-of-the-art testing instruments allowing for a variety of thermal analysis measurements to be carried out.

Consult with the experts in our applications labs to choose the best-suited measuring method for your specific needs.