Making Biopolymers Processable Using Thermal Analysis and Rheology

Biopolymers are an attractive alternative to polymers derived from fossil fuel and are mainly used by the packaging industry today. However, their crystallization behavior makes it more difficult to process these new materials. Learn how thermal analysis and rheology provide solutions to study the relevant material properties.



Are The Fumes You Can Smell During 3D Printing Harmful or Even Toxic?

We took your questions related to common 3D printing issues and categorized them into what we call 3D printing myths – common concerns and sometimes misconceptions of this industry. Today, Dr. Natalie Rudolph explains how analytical devices can detect and identify the volatiles in such fumes released during 3D printing and gives important tips on what to pay attention to when printing with a 3D printer at home.


NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing Offers Daily COVID Tests to Employees at its Headquarters

The ongoing pandemic poses major challenges for many employers in the administrative districts around the headquarters of NETZSCH Analyzing Testing in Selb, Germany. We are happy to support the initiative of the districts.

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Webinar 09 Mar 2021

A Survey of Rheology Applications to Support Various Projects “Much More Than Viscosity!”


Webinar 11 Mar 2021, 01:00 pm – 02:30 pm

Session 2: Hands-on Workshops – Comprehensive Analysis of Battery Slurries


Webinar 18 Mar 2021

Tips and tricks to evaluate complex gas mixtures evolved during thermal decomposition


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L’Analisi Termica per la caratterizzazione dei polimeri e dei compositi


Featured NETZSCH Instruments

TCC 918 – Cone Calorimeter

Determination of the heat release rate, the dynamic smoke production and the mass-loss rate of specimens in horizontal orientation in accordance with to ISO 5660-1

TMA 402 F3 Hyperion® Polymer Edition - Tailor-made for low-temperature applications

The TMA 402 F3 Hyperion® Polymer Edition was designed to gain valuable information about product performance and processing behavior of polymers. Equipped with the compact highly reactive IC-furnace, it covers a temperature range of -70°C to 450°C without the need of LN2.

Kinexus lab+

Kinexus lab+ - Rotational rheometer for routine and Quality Control testing

Rosand RH2000

Rosand RH2000 - Bench top capillary rheometer for research to QC testing.