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Attending CAMX 2019

August 21, 2019

Visit PMIC at CAMX 2019 in Anaheim, CA Precision Measurements and Instruments Corporation will be attending CAMX 2019 in Anaheim, California. Our attending staff includes 25+ years of experience in materials testing and we are ready to speak to you about PMIC’s standard test capabilities, experimental testing for new materials, and research projects.  We would… Read the full article

ASTM E1225 vs ASTM D5470: When the difference matters

August 5, 2019

ASTM E1225 vs ASTM D5470: When the difference matters For thermal conductivity measurements, the guarded-heat-flow methods ASTM E1225 and ASTM D5470 are among PMIC’s preferred methods. PMIC operates several guarded-heat-flow systems, each built slightly different to best meet a variety of temperature, environment, or load specifications. Although ASTM E1225 and D5470 are comparative test methods,… Read the full article

Head of Research Attending ITCC 34/ITES 22: 17 – 20 June 2019

June 13, 2019

Head of Research Attending ITCC 34/ITES 22: 17-20 June 2019 Dr. Ingo Stark, PMIC’s head of research and development, will be attending the ITCC 34/ITES 22 in Wilmington, DE.  He will be presenting Development of a Thin-Heater Apparatus and Mathematical Three-Layer Model for Edge Heat Losses for Determination of Thermal Conductivity on 19 June and attending lectures… Read the full article

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Attending SAMPE 2019

May 15, 2019

Attending SAMPE 2019 PMIC is pleased to greet you at SAMPE 2019 in Charlotte, NC!  Our attending staff includes 25+ years of experience in materials testing and is ready to speak to you about PMIC’s standard test capabilities, experimental testing for new materials, and research projects.  We would love to have the opportunity to learn… Read the full article

PMIC Announces New Head of Research Division

November 3, 2016

PMIC Announces New Head of Research Division (3 Nov 2016) PMIC is pleased to announce that Dr. Ingo Stark has joined PMIC to lead PMIC’s Research Division. Dr. Stark’s recent research has been in the field of thin film thermoelectric power generation for human powered instrumentation. Dr. Stark and PMIC have been working on research related to thermal conductivity testing of… Read the full article