DSC Differential Scanning Calorimetry

DSC Differential Scanning Calorimetry, Calorimeter
DTA Differential Thermal Analysis

Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) is most popular thermal analysis technique it measures endothermic and exothermic transitions as a function of temperature. The instrument is used to characterize polymers, pharmaceuticals, foods/biologicals, organic chemicals and inorganics. Transitions measured include Tg, melting, crystallization, curing and cure kinetics, onset of oxidation and heat capacity. Please also visit Differential Thermal Analysis (DTA) and Simultaneous Thermal Analysis STA (TG-DSC) (TGA-DTA).

The LINSEIS Differential Scanning Calorimeters (DSC) operate in agreement with national and international standards such as: ASTM C 351, D 3417, D 3418, D 3895, D 4565, E 793, E 794, DIN 51004, 51007, 53765, 65467, DIN EN 728, ISO 10837, 11357, 11409

Linseis offers two DSC Instruments:
•  DSC PT1000
•  DSC PT1600



Brochure DSC PT1000 for more product information.

Brochure DSC PT1600 for more product information.


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