Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) is a thermal analysis technique that looks at how a material’s heat capacity  is changed  by temperature. During heating or cooling a sample, the changes in its heat capacity are registered as changes in the heat flow.  DSC is one of the most important tool for thermal analysis, which allows to measure:
 
 - heat and temperature of phase transitions like melting and crystallization
 - degree of crystallinity 
 - glass transition temperature 
 - kinetics of phase transitions 
 - heat capacity
 - thermal conductivity
Our DSC is equipped with intracooler (temperature range -65oC to 550oC).