For Immediate Release – December 14, 2016
Fredericton, N.B.– C-Therm recently added a new option to its innovative thermal conductivity product line in launching a range of transient line source (TLS) sensors.
The TLS sensors, also described as “needle probes”, provide a robust solution for clients wishing to test the thermal conductivity of soils, sediments, paints, glues, and polymer melts.
Adam Harris, Managing Director for C-Therm comments, “The new TLS sensor provides our clients a specialized solution that is very complimentary to our proprietary MTPS method and is compliant with the predominant ASTM and IEEE standards for soils and polymer melts.”
C-Therm’s TLS needle-probe sensors are compliant to ASTM D 5334-00, D 5930-97 and IEEE 442-1981.
The TLS sensor package is offered as a stand-alone product or can be bundled together with C-Therm’s expansive TCi Thermal Conductivity System.
C-Therm Technologies Ltd., located in Fredericton New Brunswick, Canada, provides thermo-physical characterization instrumentation for R&D, production and quality control environments. C-Therm’s flagship product – the Trident Thermal Conductivity Analyzer – delivers fast, accurate measurement of thermal conductivity and effusivity.