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.
Measuring the thermal conductivity of mullite ceramic and glass ceramic samples with TLS 150mm sensor at room temperature.
Discovering the heat resistant and insulative nature of ceramics, through thermal conductivity testing.
Measuring the four concrete samples at room temperature with the TLS 50 mm needle
Measuring the thermal conductivity of polymer samples with TLS 150mm sensor at room temperature.
Measuring the thermal conductivity of pure nickel anti-seize & lubricating compound using MP-2 with TLS 100mm needle.
Measuring the thermal conductivity of Silicone 120 Thermal Paste with TLS 50mm and TLS 100mm needles.
Evaluating the thermal conductivity of varying soil moisture for applications in construction and agriculture fields.
Measures the thermal properties of soil at different densities with Thermtest TLS 100mm sensor at room temperature, tested with a current of 200mA.