Applications using the TLS-100

Thermtest’s TLS-100 presents field researchers the opportunity to measure the thermal properties of organic materials, such as soils and concrete. This instrument relies on the Transient Line Source (TLS) technique to provide efficient and accurate thermal conductivity readings of soils, powders, solids and viscous liquids, ranging in thermal conductivities of 0.1 to 5 W/mK.

 Thermal Conductivity Applications Ceramics

Ceramics

Discovering the heat resistant and insulative nature of ceramics, through thermal conductivity testing.

 Thermal Conductivity Applications Snow

Snow

A look into the effect of compaction on the thermal conductivity of snow.

 Thermal Conductivity Applications

Soil

Evaluating the thermal conductivity of varying soil moisture for applications in construction and agriculture fields.

Thermal Conductivity Customer Comment TLS 100TLS-100

Jeremy Oglesby

Speedie & Associates

“Thermtest has been wonderful to work with. The staff are incredibly personable, knowledgeable, and helpful. The TLS-100 came very well packaged for the price. The equipment does exactly what we need it to do, and it does it well. Whenever I had questions or encountered difficulties, even difficulties with particular sample types, or with formatting reports (not with the equipment), the people at Thermtest were there to help me along the way, responding to emails very promptly and helping me to understand how to perform and report thermal properties testing. After extensive research in thermal testing equipment, Thermtest demonstrated to me that they offer not only the best value, but also the best customer service. They are our recommended go to for thermal testing.”

Learn More About Thermtest TLS-100

Thermtest’s TLS-100 presents field researchers the opportunity to measure the thermal properties of organic materials, such as soils and concrete. This instrument relies on the Transient Line Source (TLS) technique to provide efficient and accurate thermal conductivity readings of soils, powders, solids and viscous liquids, ranging in thermal conductivities of 0.1 to 5 W/mK.

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