1 instrument, 3 methods for thermal conductivity
MODIFIED TRANSIENT PLANE SOURCE ( MTPS )
Simple and precise. The MTPS method employs a single-sided sensor to directly measure thermal conductivity and effusivity of materials. The MTPS method has the highest precision, highest sensitivity, shortest test time, and is the easiest to use among all three techniques.
TRANSIENT PLANE SOURCE ( TPS ) FLEX
The TPS method employs a double-sided sensor for characterizing the thermal conductivity and diffusivity of materials. Recommended for experienced users, TPS provides the greatest flexibility and control over experimental parameters and avoids the use of any contact agents.
TRANSIENT LINE SOURCE ( TLS ) NEEDLE
The TLS method employs a needle probe to characterize the thermal conductivity of viscous and granular materials. It is the most robust sensor for thermal conductivity testing.