Carbon ThreeSixty Commissions Next-Gen NETZSCH DSC 300 Caliris for Polymer Characterisation

Chippenham, UK; 1st June 2023.  Carbon ThreeSixty (CTS), the light-weighting and advanced composite structures specialist commissions Next-Gen NETZSCH Group DSC 300 Caliris for Polymer Characterisation.

Carbon ThreeSixty Ltd, a leading provider of advanced structural composite products for automotive, defence, and aerospace applications, is pleased to announce the acquisition of a NETZSCH DSC 300 Caliris, the first of its kind in the UK. The NETZSCH DSC 300 Caliris is a high-performance differential scanning calorimeter that will be used to characterise the polymers used in our products.

Netzsch DSC

The NETZSCH DSC 300 Caliris offers a number of features that make it ideal for polymer characterisation, including:

– A wide temperature range of -180 to 600°C

– High sensitivity and resolution

– A variety of software tools for data analysis

The acquisition is a significant investment in our ability to provide our customers with the highest quality products and services. The instrument will allow us to better understand the behaviour of the polymers we use under a variety of conditions, which will enable us to develop more reliable and durable products.

Andy Smith, R&D Director at CTS “We are confident that the NETZSCH DSC 300 Caliris will be a valuable asset to Carbon ThreeSixty and will help us to continue to provide our customers with the best possible products and services.”

Our thanks to Dr. Alexander Chaloupka, and the sensXPERT – Optimizing Plastics Manufacturing team for working with us over the past few years.

Notes to Editors

Carbon ThreeSixty is a turnkey provider for the design, development and manufacture of highly challenging, advanced composite structures. We are a valued partner in the delivery of innovation, engineering and manufacturing services to the Aerospace, Automotive, Energy and Defence sectors. We specialise in resin transfer moulding (RTM) processes and novel preforming techniques such as tailored fibre placement (TFP) to produce highly optimised and cost-effective structures.


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