Tamilnadu Test House offers thermal analysis services to evaluate the effect temperature has on a materials performance. TNTH provides information on the melting point, decomposition point, changes in composition thermal transition points, including the glass transition, crystallization and melting temperatures.
Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC)
DSC is a technique to provide insight into thermal transitions that do not cause a weight change. By monitoring heat flow over a time and at desired temperatures, we do characeterisation of thermal behavior of Polymer samples. Tamilnadu Test House offers the DSC for a variety of organic, polymer, mineral and metallic samples from ambient up to 1600 °C (and DTA up to 1200 °C). We provide detailed report on material’s phase changes (melting point, boiling point, fusion), heat capacity (Cp), and in the case of polymers, the glass transition temperatures (Tg). Thermal behavior of low vapour pressure liquids can also be studied at TNTH facility using low pressure closed crucible (500 bar @500Deg C).
DSC analysis will give the following