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About us LINSEIS

More than 60 years ago LINSEIS started the production of thermal analysis recorders and instruments. We have taken up the challenge with pleasure to produce the required equipment for you.

The development and manufacture of thermoanalytical instruments requires dedicated research and a high degree of precision work, for us this is a matter of course for the benefit of our customers.

Linseis Schreiber

The Linseis recorders were the first devices sold worldwide and are still in demand today. Recently, spare parts and pens are still being sold by a partner company.

Linseis staff 30 years ago

The staff of Linseis measuring instruments in front of the ” former ” new building, where today the production of the measuring instruments takes place. Some of the employees on the photo started their apprenticeship at Linseis and have been loyal to us for over 30 years.

Dr. Max Linseis aus Selb, Founder Linseis Thermal Analysis

Dr. Max Linseis – the physicist and his wife founded Linseis Messgeräte GmbH in his garage at that time, quite typical for a “start-up”. Today the company employs over 60 people at Vielitzer Strasse in Selb-Germany, in the USA and in China.

Living innovation!

Claus Linseis

Dipl. Phys. Claus Linseis

Since 1957 LINSEIS has been producing and distributing measuring instruments in the field of thermal analysis! To enable scientists and engineers to implement innovative ideas and employees to achieve the best results in quality control, we work with our employees on new measuring techniques and continuous product improvements!

In order to achieve our common goal, many people are needed who use their best efforts to create the success of satisfied customers. I invite you as our valued customers to send me any comments, suggestions, acknowledgements or complaints directly for treatment through my office.

Claus LINSEIS
CEO

Company history

Dr. Max Linseis - founder of Linseis Messgeräte

Dr. Max Linseis – Founder

  • 1955 Patent for DTA – DE925256 (C)

 

  • 1956 Foundation of Linseis Messgeräte GmbH by Dr. Maximilian Linseis

 

  • 1956 First Dilatometer delivery

 

  • 1957 First TGA (Thermobalance) delivery
  • 1962 Patent for High temperatureDilatometer – DE1124728 (B)

 

  • 1964 First TG-DTA delivery

 

  • 1968 First 2400°C DTA

 

  • 1971 First DSC (Differential Scanning Calorimetry)

 

  • 1975 Patent for LFA Laser Flash – Thermal conductivity Analyzer DE2331280 (A1)

 

  • 1976 Differential Dilatometer

 

  • 1977 First TMA Thermo mechanical Analyzer

 

  • 1978 First Coupling TGA-MS (Linseis – Leybold – MS), First commerical Laser Dilatometer

 

  • 1978 Foundation of Linseis USA
  • 1982 First Guarded Hot Plate – GHP

 

  • 1986 New STA L81-1 Series with Turntable of 2 Furnaces

 

  • 1989 New Dilatometer Series DIL L75

 

  • 1993 New TMA Series TMA L77

  • 2005 First Xenon Flash XFA

 

  • 2005 New Laser Flash LFA

 

  • 2006 First pressure STA
  • 2009 LSR – Seebeck & Electric – Resistivity Analyzer

 

  • 2011 HFM Heat Flow Meter

 

  • 2011 THB Transient Hot Bridge

LINSEIS USA

Linseis Inc USA Robbinsville

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.

LINSEIS CHINA

LINSEIS China (Linseis Shanghai Scientific Instrument Co., Ltd.) is the Chinese branch company established by LINSEIS, mainly serving users in China and providing all aspects of pre-sale, sales and after-sale services of LINSEIS thermal analysis instruments. In order to better respond to our customer needs, there are currently service agencies located in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong. Our application laboratory in Beijing and joint laboratories, established with highly regarded University Research Institutes, help for a better discussion and finding of solutions for thermal analysis applications, with the majority of our users.