About the LINSEIS Company
Thank you for your interest in LINSEIS. We take pleasure in having the opportunity to serve you in your instrumentation requirements. When Linseis began manufacturing recorders and thermal analysis instruments, almost 50 years ago, they had a specific goal in mind:
To build a more versatile, performance oriented product, utilizing the latest relevant technologies and offer it at a fair and reasonable price. I am proud to boast; this philosophy has carried on through the years. It is, in fact the guiding force throughout the development cycle of every product which bears the Linseis name.
Today with many technical offices worldwide, LINSEIS enjoys the unique position of leadership amongst the instrumentation community. Such endeavors require many people, all pulling together with one goal in mind. To keep us successful in this turbulent market, however I firmly believe that "esprit de corps" is only part of any companies success. Automatically, success is the satisfaction of the customer, which is why I would like to take a moment to offer this invitation. If you, as a well known customer, have any comments, suggestions, compliments or complains, please drop a personal note to me directly, care of this office.
Consider "my door" as always open; I will respond in an appropriate manner, as quickly as I possibly can.
Linseis Inc. was founded in 1978 to sell and service the North American Market.
Located in Princeton Junction New Jersey and operated as a separate entity, Linseis Inc. has expanded the Linseis product line to include Thermal Analysis Instruments, Chart Recorders, Data Loggers, Infrared and Digital Thermometers and Thermo/Hygrometers.
Through continued product development and partnership agreements, Linseis Inc. is able to offer high quality instruments for many measuring applications.
News, Events and Exhibitions
Exhibitions & Conferences 2017 with LINSEIS participation.
Hall Coefficient measurement from LN up to 240°C. Maximum field strength up to 1T.
Linseis Presents its new low temperature option for the L75 PT Vertical Dilatometer & TMA PT 1000 Thermomechanical Analyzer
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