Thermal analyzer is needed to analyze the properties of materials as they can change with temperature. Thermal analyzer refers to the variety of techniques developed and used in which any physical property of a given electronic system or product is continuously measured as a function of temperature. All electronic engines, machines, and circuits generate heat while functioning. Thus, the thermal analysis is important to a wide variety of industries such as foods, composites, polymers, pharmaceuticals, petroleum, inorganic and organic chemicals, and others. And for the measurement of different physical properties, several analysis methods are used.
Dielectric thermal analysis (DEA) method is used to analyze the dielectric permittivity and loss factor. The differential thermal analysis (DTA) is used to measure the temperature difference with change in time or temperature and to analyze the change in heat flow with respect to temperature or time, differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) method is used. There are further analysis methods are exist to analyze the change in physical property with respect to temperature or time, such methods are differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA or DMTA), thermo mechanical analysis (TMA), evolved gas analysis (EGA), dilatometry (DIL), laser flash analysis (LFA), thermogravimetric analysis (TGA), thermo-optical analysis (TOA), and derivatography. For each analysis method separate analyzer is designed and developed by the manufacturers involved in the thermal analyzer market.
Thermal analyzer offers high performance, diverse measurements by simple operations, maximum accuracy, quality control, wide range temperature measurement. Owing to these features the thermal analyzers are widely used for research activities in R&D domain followed by the electrical industry, mechanical industry, food industry, and medical.
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Thus, the large acceptance of the thermal analyzer by the overall industries can increase the growth of thermal analyzer market. However, these analyzer needs time to time maintenance which can directly result in increase in operation time and cost. The increasing cost of entire thermal analyzer can be a restraining factor in the thermal analyzer market. In spite of this, the rising application of thermal analysis in various industries can hold the market growth, owing to the features that the analyzer types are offering.
The thermal analyzer market can be segmented based on product type, functionality, application, and region. Based on product type, the market can be segmented into DSC (differential scanning calorimetry) analyzers, TGA (thermogravimetric analyzers), STA (simultaneous thermal analyzers), DTA (differential thermal analyzers), TMA (thermomechanical analyzers), DMA (dynamic mechanical analyzers) and other thermal analyzers. Based on functionality, the thermal analyzer market can be classified into single-functionality analyzers and simultaneous-functionality analyzers.