7 Signs Your Application Will Benefit from New Differential Scanning Calorimeter Technology

A DSC ages slowly. Most of the time the associated drop in testing quality happens so gradually you don’t notice. These 7 signs let you look at your DSC testing objectively. You can decide based on clear data if your DSC is holding your team, your colleagues, and your lab back.

Learn about:

  • The baseline sensitivity standard for your application.

  • Integrations that can make work easier and faster in your lab.

  • The available heating technologies and how they relate to your application.

  • The single easiest way to identify DSC trouble in your lab’s near future.

  •  Simple ways to reduce rework for your colleagues.


Learn the 7 signs for free:

Don’t miss the tell-tale signs of a calorimeter that needs to retire. 

This guide gives you a crash course on the latest DSC features on the market, and whether or not your lab needs an upgrade. Learn about the facts and avoid the frills before you make your next DSC purchase.

By downloading this guide, you get to learn how your lab can:

  • Strengthen repeatability and testing confidence

  • Gather more data on material behavior and changes 

  • Diversify its testing range with optional integrations

  • Be more productive

  • Be more efficient

  • Reduce rework

Use these 7 signs as a health-check for your calorimeter.
Is it still performing as well as you need it to? 

Choose Between Heating Technology      

You may need heat tech that supports modulated temperature techniques, or you may not. Learn more about “power compensation” versus “heat flux” to determine which is best for your application. 

Take Control of Sensitivity Levels 

Do you work in pharmaceuticals or in another industry with a low tolerance for variation? Learn about how sensitivity levels impact your samples. 

Strengthen Your Data with Integration Units

Take on a greater variety of samples than your competitors can. Get the rundown on how your DSC processes can benefit from integration unit add-ons. 

Make Your DSC Cooler

Working with samples that contain overlapping thermal effects? Learn the difference between controlled and ballistic cooling to determine which cooling method works best for your application. 

Tailor Your Testing to Your Application

You could test for pharmaceuticals or for fabrics - maybe even both. Use the guide to find a calorimeter that works best for your unique application.

Get Technique-Specific DSC

Is a modulated temperature technique a necessity for your testing method? The guide narrows down which heat technology and DSC type supports modulation.