Our Products - Overview
The Linseis business unit thermal analysis encounters the complete range of thermoanalytical equipment for R&D and quality control in sectors such as polymers, chemical industry, inorganic building materials as well as environmental analytics. Furthermore thermophysical properties of solids, liquids and smelts can be analyzed.
Our thrive is technological leadership. We develop and manufacture thermoanalytic and thermophysical testing equipments up to the highest standard and precision. Due to our innovative drive and ultimate precision we are a leading manufacturer of Thermal Analysis equipment.
Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC)
Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) is most popular thermal analysis technique it measures endothermic and exothermic transitions as a function of temperature. The instrument is used to characterize polymers, pharmaceuticals, foods/biologicals, organic chemicals and inorganics.
Differential Thermal Analysis (DTA)
Differential Thermal Analysis (DTA) is a very popular thermal analysis technique it measures endothermic and exothermic transitions as a function of temperature. The instrument is used to characterize pharmaceuticals, food/biologicals, organic chemicals and inorganics. Transitions measured include glass transitions, crystallization, melting and sublimation.
Single- and Differential-Dilatometer (DIL)
Dilatometry (DIL) is a technique in which a dimension of a substance under negligible load is measured as a function of temperature while the substance is subjected to a controlled temperature program in a specified atmosphere. Application areas include glass, metal, ceramic and building industry.
Thermo Mechanical Analysis (TMA)
Traditionally, TMA is used to characterize linear expansion, glass transitions, and softening points of materials by applying a constant force to a specimen while varying temperature. Experiments include measurement of expansion, penetration, bending, tension, shrinkage, swelling, and creep.
Almost all Linseis Thermobalances (TGA´s) are top loading, and offer a highly user-friendly design. Most of the systems can be optionally equipped with a coupling device for EGA (Evolved Gas Analysis). The instruments are highly suitable for thermal omposition, thermal stability and oxidation studies.oupling device for EGA (Evolved Gas Analysis). The instruments are highly uitable for thermal composition, thermal stability and oxidation studies.
Simultaneous Thermal Analysis (STA)
Simultaneous TGA-DTA/DSC measures both heat flow and weight changes in a material as a function of temperature or time in a controlled atmosphere. Simultaneous measurement of these two material properties not only improves productivity but also simplifies interpretation of the results. The complimentary information obtained allows differentiation between endothermic and exothermic events which have no associated weight loss (e.g., melting and crystallization) and those which involve a weight loss (e.g., degradation).
Couplings / Gas Analysis (EGA)
With the coupling of a thermal balance and a gas analyzer like a FTIR spectrometer (Fourier Transform Infrared) or a Quadrupole-Mass-Spectrometer a very powerful analytical instrumentation is used which gives information from the thermobalance (TGA) or simultaneous thermal analyzer (STA) as well as from the spectrometer simultaneously.
Seebeck/Electric Resistivity (SEB)
Thermal power generation is a method of generating power based on the thermoelectric effect which was discovered by J. T. Seebeck, German physicist in 1821. In the face of recent global warming caused by carbon dioxide and depletion of fossil fuels, thermoelectric conversion devices are attracting attention because of its effective utilization of waste heat energies.