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Successful Thermal Conductivity Workshop Hosted in Taipei

October, 2009 – It was packed lecture hall for C-Therm’s workshop on thermal conductivity hosted by the National Taipei University of Technology in Taiwan this past week.  The event was coordinated by C-Therm’s Taiwanese distributor AST Instruments Corporation and saw over 50 people take part in the session that provided participants with both a practical and theoretical component on thermal conductivity measurement. 

Those attendees pre-registered for the event were encouraged to bring their own samples to the session for characterization.  A wide variety of liquids, powders, pastes and solids were tested with the TCi Thermal Conductivity Analyze – highlighting the instrument’s flexibility and ease-of-use.  Samples tested included silicon carbide, titanium dioxide, wax, various epoxy resins with suspended carbon nanotubes (CNTs), and a wide variety of polymers and ceramics.

Ao Chen the regional manager for Setaram Instrumentation commented on the success of the event, “there is a good fit for C-Therm’s thermal conductivity instrumentation with the Taiwanese market – it is clear by today’s attendance and level of participation that there is much opportunity for C-Therm to help these firms with their thermal conductivity characterization challenges.”



About C-Therm Technologies Ltd. (formerly Mathis Instruments)

Established in 2007, C-Therm Technologies Ltd., located in Fredericton New Brunswick, Canada, provides non-destructive, thermal sensor technology solutions for R&D, production and quality control applications. The patented platform technology delivers fast, accurate measurement of thermal conductivity and thermal effusivity in seconds. To find about more about C-Therm Technologies Ltd’s. products and applications, visit their website at

For more information on this press release, please contact:

Adam Harris
Managing Director
C-Therm Technologies
Telephone: +1 (506) 471-7201

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