Thermal Analysis Instruments

Thermal analysis is a testing method that assesses the physical and chemical properties of materials under specific thermal conditions. Linseis offers a diverse range of thermal analysis instruments that explore material properties in various contexts, including energetic processes (DSC and DTA), mechanical responses to temperature (DMA), mass-related changes (TGA), combined assessments of mass and energy (STA), and alterations in volume (TMA).

These thermal analysis tools serve a multitude of purposes in scientific processes. For instance, they can quantify heat flow within a system or track changes in material weight under controlled conditions. They are invaluable for gas analysis and evaluating the mechanical attributes of materials in relation to temperature, time, and environmental factors. These instruments play crucial roles in the pharmaceutical industry, where they assess drug characteristics, as well as in other sectors for characterizing food and biological materials, organic chemicals, and inorganic substances. Their broad applicability makes them indispensable in industries where precise and accurate readings are paramount.


  •  melting
  • glass transitions
  • crystallization
  • oxidation
  • decomposition
  • volatilization
  • coefficient of thermal expansion
  • and modulus

Differential Scanning Calorimeter

The Differential Scanning Calorimeters (DSC) are extremely innovative and have a unsurpassed performance


Our thermogravimetric analyzer (TGA) incorporates a high resolution microbalance for highest accuracy mass change determination under variable heating and cooling rates and a defined atmosphere

Simultaneous Thermal Analysis

Simultaneous Thermal Analysis (STA) simultaneously measures changes in mass (TG) and caloric reactions (DSC)

Differential Thermal Analysis

Differential thermal analysis (DTA) is a widely used method for material analysis where either endothermic or exothermic reactions can be determined

Thermomechanical Analysis

In Thermo-Mechanical Analysis (TMA), a change in sample dimension is measured under variable load and frequency

Gravimetric Sorption Analyzer

For Gravimetric Sorption Analysis (GSA) we offer two different balance technologies: a mechanical microbalance and a magnetic levitation balance

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