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Thermal Analysis techniques measure the thermal transitions, chemical reactions, and viscoelastic properties of samples as a function of temperature, heating rate, deformation, and atmosphere.

When there are issues with raw materials, or undesirable product characteristics begin to surface, we frequently turn to thermal analysis methods.  Thermal Analysis is a great way to test product lots of raw materials to make sure they will behave properly when exposed to extreme pressure and temperature.

Products we’ve tested

Examples of products we frequently test with Thermal Analysis are:

  • Raw Materials
  • Thermosets
  • Composites
  • Recycled and Reground Material
  • Good vs. Bad Material Comparisons


Thermal testing techniques have a wide variety of applications.  Some of the most common applications we use these testing methods for include:

  • Quality Control Assurance
  • Routine Testing
  • Competitor Product Analysis
  • Additives Analysis
  • Method Development

Ash Content / Filler Content Analysis

Differential Scanning Calorimetry Testing (DSC)

Dynamic Mechanical Analysis (DMA)

Melt Flow Rate Testing


Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA)