Thermtest Europe provide an extensive, comprehensive and growing range of instruments for the precise and accurate measurement of heat transfer properties of a wide range of material types and temperatures.
We take pride in continuously developing our measurement devices to meet the testing needs of today. With our range of thermal conductivity instruments, we are especially proud to be able to offer meters and methods suitable to your needs, solving your problems.
The HFM-100 Heat Flow Meter is designed as an easy-to-use method for the measurement of thermal conductivity and thermal resistance of insulation products, construction materials, packaging, and assemblies. Available at an exceptional value, the Thermtest HFM has been engineered for industry-leading performance by combining the highest accuracy, repeatability, and widest temperature range possible, and follows international standards: ASTM C518, ISO 8301, and EN 12667.
A portable transient line source meter, the TLS-100 instrument is used to measure thermal conductivity and thermal resistivity, both in the field and in the laboratory. Designed for testing the thermal conductivity of soil, polymers, and other soft materials; as well as testing the thermal conductivity of concrete, rock, stone, or other hard materials. Tests can be performed with the push of a button and results are displayed immediately.
The Transient Hot Wire (THW-L2) Liquid Thermal Conductivity Meter is a portable measurement system for direct determination of the thermal conductivity of liquids and pastes. The THW-L2 follows international standard ASTM D7896, and was designed with speed and operational simplicity in mind. Using a non-stationary measurement approach, the THW-L2 uses rapid test times to limit convective effects for samples with a wide range of viscosities.
The Hot Disk TPS is widely used for the accurate measurement of absolute thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity, and specific heat of solids, liquids, pastes, and powders. This non-destructive method has a thermal conductivity testing range of 0.005 to 1800 W/mK and can be used to measure bulk properties of homogeneous and heterogeneous materials, as well as directional properties for anisotropic materials. This versatility is greatly appreciated by academic and commercial users alike, which has led to more than 1000 publications on a wide variety of applications.