Contract Testing Services - C-Therm

By: C-therm Technologies  09-12-2011
Keywords: Testing Services, Thermal Conductivity, Hot Plate

C-Therm Technologies Ltd. provides an extensive breadth of contract testing services in thermophysical property measurement, including:

  • thermal conductivity
    Offering C-Therm's own proprietary modified transient plane source (MTPS) technique or more classical methods including guarded hot plate (ASTM C177), guarded heat flow (ASTM C518 &  E1530), and hot wire (ASTM D5470)
  • effusivity or thermal inertia   (via MTPS technique)
  • specific heat capacity  (via ASTM E1269 using Differential Scanning Calorimeter)
  • coefficient of thermal expansion (via ASTM E228 and ASTM D696)

C-Therm employs the latest advancements in testing techniques available in ensuring the highesst available levels of accuracy for your data.  Our lab specializes in dealing with different sample formats and can accomodate solids, liquids, powders and pastes.  

Keywords: Contract Testing Services, Differential Scanning, Hot Plate, Testing Services, Thermal Conductivity,

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