Predicting the Curing Behavior of an Epoxy Adhesive Using Kinetics Neo

The NETZSCH Kinetics Neo software can not only be used for the analysis of temperature-dependent processes using thermal analysis data. It is now also possible to simulate rheological properties during curing based on the measured data from our Kinexus rotational rheometer. Learn more about the kinetic analysis of the curing behavior of a 2-Component epoxy adhesive.



Prediction of the Material Behavior under Fire Conditions

For safety reasons, it is very important to know the behavior of supposedly non-combustible materials under fire conditions: What happens with the building material? How durable are the building constructions? We show how to use the Kinetics Neo software to predict the material behavior under fire conditions.


1+1=3: Combination of Evolved Gas Analysis and Thermal Analysis

In the field of Thermal Analysis, coupling is typically used to characterize the chemical components of the gases released during heating, an approach called Evolved Gas Analysis (EGA). Learn how to gain a deeper insight about the type and composition of your materials by means of EGA.


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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.

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