Conform to standards ISO EN 11357-1, 11357-2, 11357-3, 11357-6 Thermal analysis techniques are techniques in which the physical properties of the substance and / or reaction products are measured as a function of temperature when a controlled temperature program is applied to a substance..These techniques are widely used in both quality control and research studies of a wide range of industrial products such as polymers, drugs, clays and minerals, metals and alloys.
Oxidation Induction Time (OIT) is defined as the time period from the first contact with oxygen until the beginning of oxidation. The temperatures remain constant as the pure substance or compounds change state. The energy exchange is calculated by comparing the sample with a pure substance while keeping the sample at a certain temperature without heating / cooling or state changing.
AnalI z Test MachIne (TGA) TGA is a quantitative analysis technique based on temperature and weight variation of the sample. This changes are observed according to result of rupture of physical or chemical bonds in the environment full of nitrogen or argon. It provides the determination of the purity
and quantity of components in the sample based on degradation.