Our Instruments

Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC)

DSC is one of the most common instruments for thermal analysis of materials. This technique enables us to study both phenomena which occur by releasing or heat absorbing and phenomena which occur simply by "jumping" at specific heat degree of temperature as it occurs with glass transition. Properties that can be determined does include glass transitions, crystallisation processes, phase changes, melting temperature and thermal stability.

Fields of application

• Determining melting temperature;

• Determining glass transition temperature;

• Determining cristallinity;

• Checking the presence of multiple pollutants;

• Qualitative determination of PTFE (Teflon®);

• Determining type of PE;

• Determination of OIT (Oxidative Induction Time);

• Determining correct polyarylamide (Ixef®) molding temperature.

Example of analyses which can be performed


The sample is a black polyamide (PA) joint, but what type of polyamide is it?




With the DSC thermal analyse we can determine the melting point that can enable us to state whether the sample does contain polymeric type 6 polyamide (PA 6) basis.

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