Why Linseis

We are your specialist for high-tech measuring instruments for thermal analysis, thermoelectrics and thermal conductivity.

We are committed to providing our customers with innovative technologies, personalized solutions and services to strengthen their own competitiveness. To enable you to develop tomorrow’s innovations today, we rely on devices of the highest possible standard.

What speaks for us?

  • Over 60 years of experience in the development of measuring instruments for thermal analysis
  • Customized measuring instruments tailored to your industry or application
  • Short distances between development, service and sales

Meet our satisfied customers…

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ralf Moos  – Lehrstuhl für Funktionsmaterialien, Universität Bayreuth

This is to inform that we at Functional Materials are using the Chip-DSC 10 for the last four month without major problems. We have procured the equipment directly from LINSEIS GmbH, Germany in the year 2019. The equipment is giving us good service and we are satisfied with its performance to date. We are also satisfied with the after sales service. (…)

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Dr.-Ing. Sabine Sieber  – Chief Engineer, Faktultät Werkstofftechnik, Ruhr Universität Bochum

The Chair of Materials Technology (Prof. Dr.-Ing.Werner Theisen) as a part of the Institute of Mateials of the Ruhr-Universität Bochum is focused on the research of newly developed alloys and coatings, as well as on the related processes for their production and application. “(…) our equipment pool of Linseis devices include a LaserFlash LFA 1250, a high temperature differential scanning calorimeter HDSC PT1600, a differential dilatometer DIL L75V PT1600 and an Ohmmeter LSR-3 1100. (…) The Linseis Messgeräte GmbH, Selb, Germany, offers a professional service concerning installation, training and maintenance.”

Dr. Simon Münstermann – Materials Chemistry (Lehrstuhl für Werkstoffchemie), RWTH Aachen University

The research philosophy at Materials Chemistry, RWTH Aachen University, Germany is quantum-mechanically guided materials design. (…) Targeted application fields are, besides metal cutting and tribological coatings, also energy conversion, and functional as well as bio materials. “(…) The Linseis LSR-3/1100 meets our requirements in a perfect way, allowing for local analysis of the thermoelectric properties of our thin films. Having carried out a large number of measurements since the installation, approx. 6 months ago, we are absolutely satisfied with the performance and reliability the Linseis instrument, as well as the support and service of the Linseis company.”


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Prof. Fernando Pedraza – Professeur des Universités, Section 33, Université de La Rochelle

“As head of the surface engineering for high temperature applications group, I hereby state, that we purchased a LaserFlash Analyzer model LFA-1000/1600°C and a dilatometer model L75 VS1600 to analyse the thermal conductivity of metal and ceramic substrates as well as coatings at high temperatures. (…) Ever since, we are very satisfied with the easiness of operation of both pieces of equipment, the practical software and the robustness of the results we obtain.”


Dr. rer. nat Tobias Habisreuther – Innovative Photonic Materials, Institut für Photonische Technologien e.V.

Since commissioning (…) we have been using the dilatometer L75 VD 1600 C intensively. So far, there are no problems with the hardware (device + data acquisition). (…) New employees are quickly introduced to the handling of the device. The combination of the two furnaces proved to be favorable for us – on the one hand, because the measuring accuracy could be achieved on the other hand, and also because measuring tasks in the institute can be processed past the main tasks. (…)


Woon-Hyoung Ryu, Senior Researcher, Umicore Korea Limited

We have placed a STA PT 1600 (TG-DSC) to Linseis manufacturer on the beginning April, last year and this insturments was installed by NI International Trading Limited (…). We are much satisfied about the fast maintenance service of this instrument that Linseis manufacturer and NI representative has done in usual for our company on the name of the business partner. (…)

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doc. Ing. Jan Džugan, Ph.D., R&D Director – COMTES FHT a.s.

We are using RITA quenching dilatometer for several years and we are satisfied with the unit, as well as, with services Linseis Meßgeräte GmbH provides so far. On the basis of our good experiences with the equipment we ordered additionally deformation unit for RITA.

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Dr. José Martín Yáñez Limón, Researcher-Cinvestav-3C – CINVESTAV-IPN Unidad Queretaro

The LFA1000/1250 is a robust, easy-to-use, accurate and precise system, integrating very friendly software. The system works as expected and have not suffered any major issue or problem that have required a deep maintenance service in this 3 years of continuous usage.

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Dr. Mark Huijben, MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology, University of Twente

(…)The dependence of the structural, electrical and thermal properties on the growth process is studied up to high temperatures in the Linseis LSR-3 system, which enables us to provide a helium, oxygen or mixture background gas for optimal characterization.(…)

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Prof. Dr. Peter Weinberger, Institut of Applied Synthetic Chemistry, TU Wien

[…] We purchased a High Pressure STA from Linseis operating in the temperature range up to 1550 °C and pressure range up to 80 bars. We investigate the decomposition reactions of carbonates, hydroxides and salt hydrates under various conditions. The equipment is giving us good service and we are mostly satisfied with its performance to date. We are really satisfied with customer care service after sale.

Selection of our international customers




China University of Petroleum




General Electric

General Motors

Harbin Institute of Technology



Institute of Physics CAS

Lanzhou University




North China University of Science and Technology

Northwestern Polytechnical University




Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Sun Yat-sen University, SYSU

Tsinghua University

TU Dresden

TU München

Uni Bayreuth

Uni Cambridge

UNI Queen Mary

Uni Rostock

University of Science & Technology Beijing, USTB


Yanshan University

Zhejiang University

Our research partners