Thermal analysis applications for research and academia

Materials have always been at the forefront of technological progress throughout history. Their profound significance in driving the development of society remains unchanged to this day. More than two-thirds of all technical innovations, whether directly or indirectly, can be attributed to the emergence of novel materials.

The continuous discovery of new materials with significantly enhanced properties and functionalities in research and development significantly bolsters the competitiveness of industries. Moreover, it plays a pivotal role in promoting a more sustainable economy, ultimately contributing to greater prosperity and an improved quality of life.

Whether it’s the exploration of ceramic fibers, the development of bioplastics, or the advancements in nanotechnology, the continuous evolution of complex and often heterogeneous materials necessitates robust foundational research. This research encompasses a wide array of investigative possibilities within the domain of materials physics, spanning characteristics such as specific heat capacity, melting point, expansion coefficient, sintering behavior, and thermal conductivity of these novel materials.

Currently, industries such as automotive and aerospace are particularly intrigued by polymer research, hybrid materials, super-semiconductors, and superlight materials. Materials like silicon carbide and titanium aluminide are of particular importance in research and development, showcasing their potential to revolutionize these sectors. Looking forward, everyday objects are poised to increasingly comprise new materials, further enhancing their functionality and safety. The handling of such products will become more efficient, secure, and comfortable.

Linseis stands as a reliable provider of a diverse range of high-quality investigative equipment, including dilatometers, HP-TG/DSC high-pressure differential scanning calorimeters, thermobalances, gravimetric sorption analyzers, thin film analyzers, and thermal conductivity meters. These cutting-edge tools offer solutions across various applications, ultimately fostering growth and innovation within the industry.

Applications with metals and alloys

LFA 1000 – graphite – Thermal conductivity
Chip DSC 1 – Indium melting – Heating rates
LFA 1000 – Multilayer sample – Thermal conductivity
STA PT 1600 HS – calcium oxalate – high speed inductive STA
LFA 1000 – Steel foil – Thermal diffusivity
LFA 1000 – Copper – In-/Trough-Plane – Thermal diffusivity – Thermal Conductivity
LFA 1000 – Refractory – Thermal diffusivity
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