Laboratory Thermal Testing:

Laboratory of differential thermal analysis

Differential Thermal Analysis (DTA) is a thermal analysis technique in which the temperature difference ∆Т between a substance and a reference material is measured as a function of temperature, while the substance and reference material are subjected to the same controlled temperature influence. This methode is suitable to determinate: thermal behaviour of organic/inorganic materials (e.g. polymers, composites, glasses, metals, minerals, etc.), phase transitions (e.g. melting point, glass transition temperature, crystallization), chemical composition measurements, temperatures of decomposition.

Derivatograph "MOM-Budapest"

Temperature range: 20 °C - 1050 °C; Sample mass: 0 - 10 g; Sensitivity: 20 mg ± 0,2 mg; Termocouple: Pt - Pt/Rh