|18 Mar 2020, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm||German Time||Germany||Register|
For a long time, the thermal conductivity of insulation materials was of minor interest in the building industry. However, with the desire for more energy-efficient houses, even to the point of self-sufficient buildings, the need for accurate determination of the thermal conductivity of insulating materials arose. The most common instrument for this kind of application is the Heat Flow Meter (HFM).
This training session is mainly addressed to users of NETZSCH HFM instruments (other users are also welcome). The main aim of this session is to enable the participants to choose proper samples for this kind of analysis and evaluate their materials.
- Sample dimensions
- Measurement principle HFM
- Influential factors (humidity, pressure)
- Starting a measurement
- Presentation/export of acquired data
- Questions and discussions
EUR 190* + VAT
*A discount to the participation fee is available (for universities). Please contact us. We will be happy to confer with you.
After your registration you will get a confirmation from us and close to the event the participation link.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by phone at +49 (0) 9287 881 352 or by e-mail at: Isabel.Gottsmann@netzsch.com We are looking forward to seeing you!