Thermal image analysis can be used to determine the exact thermal requirements of an application so that the material concept can be specifically tailored to them.
In addition, before-and-after comparisons enable further optimization potential to be identified and disturbing variables to be eliminated.
The use of thermal image analysis lends itself to a variety of thermal processes.
DOGLAS refers to a range of thermoset glass-fiber-reinforced plastics (GRP for short) that are produced by combining a wide variety of resin systems.
The DOTEX material is a thermoset composite based on phenolic resin. Reinforced with fabrics made of cotton or paper, these composite systems cost-effectively meet many requirements in industrial plants.
DOTHERM's product range includes materials that have proven themselves especially in high-temperature applications. DOTHERM materials are characterized by their low thermal conductivity and excellent electrical insulation properties.
ELTIMID offers operating temperatures in the range from -250 °C to 280 °C, with short-term peaks of up to 400 °C. Thanks to its high wear resistance, this material is particularly suitable for oil-free applications with long service lives.