Testing Capabilities


Thermal Analysis


Thermal analysis is a series of techniques used to measure physical properties of material vs. temperature. Our 2005 DSC (Differential Scanning Calorimetry) and TGA (Thermogravimetric Analysis) thermal analysis instruments, and existing TMA (Thermomechanical Analysis) continue to serve our clients in the following areas:

  • Research and Development
  • Quality Control and Assurance
  • Process Optimization
  • Failure Analysis and Root Cause Identification

Thermomechanical Analysis

ASTM E 831 / ASTM D 696 / ASTM D 3386 / ASTM E 1545 / ISO 11359
IPC-TM-650 (2.4.24 / 2.4.24.1 / 2.4.24.3 / 2.4.24.5 / 2.4.41)


Thermomechanical analysis is a thermal analysis method in which linear dimensional change is measured as a function of temperature.  TMA is mostly used to determine the coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE).  This test can also signal important transitions in the material structure (glass transition temperature, time to delamination) and the presence of internal molded-in stress.


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