Products/Services for Differential Scanning Calorimetry Characteristics
Material Testing Services - (1012 companies)
Differential Amplifier Chips - (41 companies)
Property Testing Equipment - (413 companies)
Web Sensing and Scanning Systems - (51 companies)Web sensing systems and web scanning systems employ a variety of sensors that scan across a moving web to detect defects and measure parameters such as product basis weight, thickness and moisture. Web Sensing and Scanning Systems Information. Web... Learn More
Document Scanning Services - (79 companies)Document scanning service providers convert text and graphics from paper, film, or other non-digital 2D media to digital formats as requested by their clients. These services are commonly used for technical, legal, medical, financial, and other... Learn More
Laser Scanning Cytometers - (5 companies)Laser scanning cytometers (LSCs) are biological instruments which automatically determine the biochemical components of cells, as well as their morphology and cellular location in situ. Laser scanning cytometers (LSCs) are biological instruments... Learn More
Scanning Probe Microscopes - (11 companies)
Linear Variable Differential Transformers (LVDT) - (99 companies)
LVDT and RVDT Signal Conditioners - (64 companies)
Product News for Differential Scanning Calorimetry Characteristics
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Cambridge Technology, Inc.
Why 3-Axis Scanning? As the number of large area, web feed and remote applications that use laser processing is growing exponentially, Cambridge Technology's 3-Axis Scanning Systems are gaining more and more popularity in the marketplace due to their: large field of view. small spot size. ability to scan pre-defined 3D surfaces. ability to use high power lasers. Compared to mechanical processes, laser processing using 3-Axis Scanning provides improved flexibility, quality, setup time and throughput. The advantages... (read more)Browse Laser Processing Equipment Datasheets for Cambridge Technology, Inc.
Fixed Barcode Scanning Systems QMI Services provides engineering, installation, and support for fixed barcode scanning systems. As an exclusive Preferred Integrator Partner with SICK Optics, QMI Services provides both laser and camera-based systems to read barcodes in motion from single or multiple sides. Projects range from simple read/write of barcode data from a single source to multiple reads, decision points, and data integration with equipment, controls, software, and peripherals. Applications for fixed scanners... (read more)Browse Bar Code Scanners Datasheets for QMI Services
Cambridge Technology, Inc.
Galvanometer #6250H & Scanning Mirrors Cambridge Technology, Inc. Announces The Model 6250H Galvanometer and High Performance Scanning Mirrors. A High-Performance Galvo for Large Apertures is a price/performance breakthrough. Cambridge Technology, Inc., the market leader in galvanometer-based optical scanning technology, announced another product innovation for large aperture scanning applications. The 6250H, the latest addition to the CTI 62xxH Product line of moving magnet galvanometers is optimized to provide maximum... (read more)Browse Galvanometer Optical Scanners Datasheets for Cambridge Technology, Inc.
JG&A Metrology Center
Industrial CT Scanning Industrial CT Scanning is the foremost inspection and part reconstruction technology available on the market today. Industrial CT Scanning works with X-Ray technology and offers part reconstruction or full metrology on parts/assemblies in 3D. Once the initial scan is performed, the developed dataset can be used to work in conjunction with one or a combination of "A-la-Cart" options to obtain the required results. Full metrology results are relayed back to the end customer by using a supplied... (read more)Browse Product and Component Testing Services Datasheets for JG&A Metrology Center
Integrate Barcoding With This Scanning Engine The ZBA ZLIM211 and ZLIM210 are compact high performance CCD based barcode scanners. The ZLIM211 is a fully decoded scanner capable of scanning most popular linear barcode symbologies. The ZLIM210 is an undecoded version that is laser compatible. Also available is an evaluation board that allows the user to connect and test the operation of the ZLIM211. The ZLIM21x CCD scan module is the perfect choice for embedded scanning solutions. Weighing only 12g, this lightweight and miniature CCD scan... (read more)Browse Bar Code Scanners Datasheets for ZBA, Inc.
Laser Scanning & Reverse Engineering Laser Scanning for Reverse Engineering provides excellent accuracies and helps you get products to market quicker and with less development and engineering costs. Non-contact scanners can be used to match current component measurements to existing CAD data, or reverse engineer a component to produce an accurate CAD model at current production. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – &ndash... (read more)Browse Inspection Services Datasheets for Inspec Inc.
Liquid Controls Group; a Unit of IDEX Corporation
Accuracy is not affected by fluid characteristics . Wide range of liner and electrode materials. Near zero pressure drop. Easy installation and operation. Minimal maintenance. Accuracy is not affected by fluid characteristics such as viscosity, density, temperature, or suspended solids. Specifications. Sizes: 1/8" through 72". Flow Rates: 0.11 through 400,000 GPM. End Connections: ANSI Flanged, Wafer, Threaded, Tri - Clover (sanitary). Pressure Ratings: 150 - 300 ANSI. Accuracy: Capable of ±0.2% of rate over 10:1 range for flow velocity... (read more)Browse Flow Meters Datasheets for Liquid Controls Group; a Unit of IDEX Corporation
Universe Kogaku (America) Inc.
Mobile Barcode Scanning Lens Assemblies QR (Quick Response) Code Scanning Grows by Huge Numbers. High Resolution Lenses for machine vision, instrumentation, inspection and vibration-sensitive applications. Standard and custom hi-res lens assemblies. More and more QR codes are popping up all around you. They are seen on posters, websites, magazines, and even on TV. Since the introduction of QR code scanning and the evolution of scanning lens assemblies in mobile devices we have seen exponential growth in the number of businesses using... (read more)Browse Camera Lenses and Video Lenses Datasheets for Universe Kogaku (America) Inc.
Ametek Test & Calibration Instruments
Innovative Brinell Optical Scanning System All B.O.S.S.® (Brinell Optical Scanning System) units from Newage Testing Instruments now feature a USB connection as standard. This addition allows the field-proven B.O.S.S. to be used with any desk top, laptop or tablet style PC, while maintaining the accuracy and durability that the system is known for. The B.O.S.S. represents the most significant technological improvement to Brinell testing since the test was first introduced. The system measures Brinell impressions in seconds and yields... (read more)Browse Test, Inspection, and Measurement Software Datasheets for Ametek Test & Calibration Instruments
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...analysis (TGA), a plot of weight change is made as a material is heated at a known rate. In differential thermal analysis (DTA) and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), an unknown sample and a reference sample are heated with the aid of a programming device and the temperature difference between...
...with a crosshead speed of 10 mm/min used for all experiments. Four to six specimens were used for each tensile test to calculate experimental error. In the case of the strain-recovery tests, initial nominal strains of 75, 150, and 225% were imposed on each specimen prior to strain recovery. Differential scanning...
...of our comparison was the fatigue characteristics of NiTi wire by utilizing a rotary beam fatigue. test. The impact of supply source in relation to fatigue life at various strain amplitudes was studied. Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC), Active Af testing and stress/strain data was compared from...
...for polyethylenes at 30 and 40 C. Figure 2. Water-vapor transmission rate as a function of reciprocal temperature for polyethylenes. Figure 3. Differential scanning calorimetry trace for polyethylene of 0.9015-g/cm3 density. Figure 2 shows the WVTR as a function of reciprocal temperature plotted...
...resistance, and market appeal, " Orts points out. "Then we'll look at the processing that will ensure that the agricultural fibers will have the requisite properties. For this research, we'll be using scanning electron microscopy, x-ray diffraction, differential scanning calorimetry, and thermomechanical...
...and differential scanning calorimetry, an unknown sample and a reference sample are heated with the aid of a programming device. It measures temperature difference between the two samples. Testing can also be conducted to determine the unique melting point, degree of crystallinity, and glass transition...
...on composition. Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) was used to. determine the solidus temperatures of the two powders. The. DSC scans are given in Figure 3. The solidus of the gas-. atomized powder was 1359°C, while that of the water-. atomized powder was 1385°C. Figure 1: SEM of a water-atomized...
...and often used to help produce materials with physical properties tailored to a product's ultimate applications.15 The primary thermal analysis techniques for certifying product quality are differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and thermogravimetric analysis (TGA). Testing can be conducted...
...that amorphous materials age with time--a process that appears to be universal and irreversible.1 The authors have carried out extensive studies on PETG,2 for which the kinetics of the aging process (as indicated by the recoverable enthalphy determined by differential scanning calorimetry) were found...
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ASTM F1925 - 09 Standard Specification for Semi Crystalline...
for Enthalpies of Fusion and Crystallization of Polymers by Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) D3418 Test Method for Transition Temperatures and
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Study of phase changing characteristics of granular composites...
Study of phase changing characteristics of granular composites using differential scanning calorimetry
Development of state diagram of bovine gelatin by measuring...
diagram of bovine gelatin by measuring thermal characteristics using differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and cooling curve method
Thermal and ferroelectric properties of potassium nitrate:...
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D3159 Standard Specification for Modified ETFE-Fluoropolymer...
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Bioblends Characterized by Thermogravimetry, Modulated Differential Scanning Calorimetry and Infrared Photoacoustic Spectroscopy - (Peer Reviewed