Hot Disk AB

Hot Disk AB

Hot Disk AB develops and provides equipment for measuring and testing thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity and specific heat capacity. With our equipment, testing thermal properties is easy, fast and non-destructive. Hot Disk offers scientific instruments for measuring thermal transport properties, ranging from the state-of-art TPS 3500 to the budgetary step-in model Hot Disk M1. The instruments can be customized with sensors, measurement modules and accessories according to your wishes, and additional functionality is easy to integrate as interest arises. The well-established TPS technique – today used in more than 1000 laboratories – is highly appreciated for its ability to simultaneously and quickly determine thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity and specific heat capacity from a single measurement, with minimum sample preparation.

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Sven Hultins gata 9A , Göteborg , 412 88 Sweden
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Laboratory Equipment
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Globally (various continents)

Test Thermal Conductivity, Thermal Diffusivity and Specific Heat of most material types in a single measurement! This is possible with the absolute Hot Disk method, with no need for repeated calibrations or use of standard samples. This flexible method merely requires one or two pieces of the sample in question to test, each with no more than one flat surface where the sensor can be applied. There is no need for fixed geometries, contact agents or surface modifications.

Test your samples as they are – with a completely non-destructive method!

In addition to the hardware, Hot Disk provides an evolving software for controlling the instrumentation. Along with this we feature a companion app developed by our partners at Thermtest Inc in Canada.

For in-depth or customized training of our clients, Hot Disk offers regular training sessions at its Gothenburg head office, as well as local sessions in collaboration with our distribution network.

All these factors considered, the TPS line of instruments likely constitutes the world’s most flexible and accessible system for analysing thermal transport properties.