Join us at the International Thermal Conductivity Conference (ITCC) and the International Thermal Expansion Symposium (ITES).
The Transient Plane Source (TPS) method is a powerful method for measuring the thermal properties of a sample. Find your material.
Investigating the thermal properties of aerogel blankets – the lowest thermally conductive material known to all solids.
Thermal conductivity of Aerogel insulation of 9.58 mm thick from Aspen Aerogels was measured with the Thermtest HFM-25
Thermal Conductivity of Aerogel Tiles Measured by Steady-State vs. Transient Techniques
Measuring the thermal conductivity of two compressible materials, pillow and a fibreglass sample.
Measuring the thermal conductivity of homogeneous fiberglass and heterogeneous plasterboard.
Testing Homogeneity of Fibrous Glass Board (NIST 1450D) with HFM-25 portable heat flow meter.
Determining the thermal conductivity of animal fur for its comparison to an animal friendly faux-fur.
Investigating the heat resistance of fibrous glass boards at various temperatures.
Does thickness have an effect on the insulative capabilities of extruded polystyrene?
In this experiment, the thermal conductivity of reference materials NIST 1450C, 1450D and 1450E was measured with the HFM-25.
Thermal Resistance & Thermal Conductivity of Leather, Synthetic Leather, and Insulating Fabric