By understanding the thermal properties of your material you can predict it’s behaviour in various operating and processing conditions. We use techniques like Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) and Thermal Gravimetric Analysis (TGA) to analyze thermal behaviour like melting, glass transition, crystallization and thermal degradation. Want to know more?  Contact us!


Melting temperature testing is essential for understanding at what point a substance transitions from a solid to a liquid state. Using techniques like differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) or thermogravimetric analysis (TGA), we can precisely measure the temperature at which materials undergo this phase change. This information is critical for various applications, including material characterization, quality control, and process optimization.

Glass Transition

We provide testing of glass transition temperatures for various materials. Glass transition testing is essential for understanding the point at which an amorphous material transitions from a rigid, glassy state to a more flexible, rubbery state. Using techniques such as differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and dynamic mechanical thermal analysis (DMTA), we precisely measure this transition temperature, offering valuable insights into the material’s thermal behavior. This information is crucial in fields like polymer science, pharmaceuticals, and material engineering, enabling clients to optimize processing conditions, predict material performance, and ensure the stability of products across a range of environmental conditions.


We use Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) to analyze the crystallization behavior of materials. DSC allows us to precisely determine the temperature at which a material undergoes crystallizations. This information is valuable in industries such as polymers, pharmaceuticals, and materials research, guiding clients in optimizing processing conditions and ensuring product quality.

Thermal Degradation

We provide thermal degradation and oxidation analysis of materials. Thermal degradation testing involves exposing materials to elevated temperatures and observing changes in their properties. This process helps identify temperature thresholds at which materials degrade, providing essential information for applications requiring temperature stability. Additionally, oxidation testing examines how materials react with oxygen under various conditions. Utilizing methods like thermogravimetric analysis (TGA), we assess the extent of thermal degradation and oxidation. This data is instrumental in optimizing material selection, ensuring product stability, and enhancing overall performance in industries such as manufacturing and materials engineering.

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