Review the main application areas of our gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensors.
Monitoring heat transfer with gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensors in different applications helps to improve the performace of systems and processes. Learn more
Today’s battery monitoring techniques are very challenging. With gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensors, calorimetric measurements of batteries are taken to a new level. Learn more
Get an instant insight into heat processes inside Phase Change Materials with use of gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensors. Learn more
Learn more about the first, simple to use U-Value KIT and general applications in building physics. Learn more
About Heat Flux
Understand how heat flux can be measured. Find out about main advantages of our gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensors.
Heat flux is the rate of heat that passes through a surface. It is proportional to the temperature difference and the heat transfer coefficient of a material. Learn more
Heat is transferred by Conduction, Convection and Radiation. With our sensor you can measure all 3 types of heat transfer. Learn more
Heat flux can be measured by using a Heat Flux Sensor, or by using two Temperature Sensors. Learn more
Our heat flux sensors generate a voltage signal which is proportional to the heat that passes through the sensor element. Learn more
6th international conference on Thermal Management for EV/HEV in Berlin24. March 2017Carlos Ziebert from the Battery calorimeter Lab of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) presented his work at the 6th international conference on Thermal.
Prüfen der U-Werte im GEAK durch Feldmessungen17. March 2017Werner Hässig von sustech.ch hat in einer gross angelegten und vom Bundesamt für Energie unterstützten Studie die GEAK U-Werte mit tatsächlich gemessenen U-Werten verglichen..
Measuring U-values of glass with greenTEG’s gSKIN® U-value KIT16. March 2017In this post we explain how to measure the U-value of windows.
Syntactic foams characterized with a gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensor28. February 2017Researchers fabricated syntactic foams composed of maximal hollow glass microparticles volume fraction. The material was thermally characterized with a gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensor.