Introducing a New Thermal Conductivity Instrument: C-Therm Trident

When all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.”

This quote from Abraham Maslow illustrates the cognitive bias we fall victim to if we approach diverse problems using only one tool or skill set.  This is particularly true in thermal conductivity characterization.  There are many techniques available, all with their own strengths and limitations. C-Therm is pleased to introduce a new product in thermal conductivity characterization that combines our patented, single-sided non-destructive sensor technology with other complimentary tools to handle a wider range of challenges.  Join us online for a look at Trident’s combination of the high-precision MTPS technique, with the flexible TPS  and robust TLS methods.

MTPS: Fast, easy and highly accurate. A single-sided, “plug & play” sensor suitable for testing solids, liquids, powders and pastes. Offers maximum sample versatility. Conforms to ASTM D7984

Flex TPS: A flexible double-sided hot disc sensor available in different sizes. Greater control over experimental parameters makes TPS ideal for more advanced users. Conforms to ISO 22007-2.

Needle TLS: Sheathed in stainless steel, the TLS Needle sensor offers maximum robustness in thermal conductivity testing samples. Conforms to ASTM D5334, and D5930.

Join C-Therm Managing Director, Adam Harris, for an overview of this ground-breaking new product in thermal conductivity.  We’ll review the principles of operation to the three methods, general points of difference, and speak to their suited applications.

This introductory webinar will be interest to students, researchers and engineers who are concerned with the accurate, representative characterization of the thermal conductivity characterization of solids, liquids, powders or pastes.

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