In the measurement of thermal conductivity and thermal resistance by the steady-state method, the thermal resistance at the interface between the measuring instrument and the object to be measured becomes an error factor, so the measurement cannot be made accurately and is not reproducible. We have a technology called TTNC that minimizes the contact thermal resistance between the measuring instrument and the object to be measured, which enables precise thermal measurement.
In addition, the actual measurement object has an interface when it is used in a product. For example, as shown in the figure, there is a three-layer structure such as Al and a heat radiation insulating layer, and the contact thermal resistance of this interface can also be accurately measured.
We offer contracted precision thermal measurement services to meet your needs for accurate measurement of heat conduction, thermal resistance of materials, and contact thermal resistance.
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