What others think about us

“The heat flux sensor gSKIN® was used to test for heat changes of dentinal tissue after cold air stimulation. The small size of gSKIN® allowed precise heat flux assessment on extracted teeth opposite to the stimulation site.”

–  Ben Brönnimann, Universität Zürich, Zentrum für Zahnmedizin

“The greenTEG gskin heat-flux-sensor enabled measurements which I was could not perform with any other methond and helped me to gain insights for deeply understanding the working principle of my setup.”

–  Marcel Gueltig, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

“With greenTegs U-value measurement kit we are able to determine heat fluxes through our functional materials. The sensor has become a handy tool to accurately measure heat properties especially for membranes and wool-replacement materials in our laboratory.”

–  Mario Stucki, ETH Zürich, Functional Materials Laboratory

“The high sensitivity of the Heat Flux Sensor in small size with a wide range of heat flux measurement capability and good water resistant property are the main reasons to select the greenTEG sensors. These are simple to use, straightforward to mount on the surface and relatively easy to calibrate.”

–  Mahesh Kumar Yadav, Phase-Change Thermal System Laboratory, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur

“Green-Teg’s heat flux sensors were easy to set up and use. They were a necessary tool in the determination of our thermal diode’s rectification coefficient.”

–  Prudhvidhar R. Gaddam, Virginia Tech, Department of Chemical Engineering

“Investigating the thermal behaviour of a nano-scale positioning system in our lab, ambient conditions are identified as a major contributor to thermally induced positioning errors. The heat flux sensor from greenTEG helped us quantifying the heat flux due to free convection and establish a model based compensation approach.”

–  Simon Züst, ETH Zürich, Institute of Machine Tools and Manufacturing

“With the support of greenTEG`s U-value KIT we could publish our Thermodynamic measurement results made for our porous, water-resistant multifilament yarn spun from gelatin – this was indeed a great and easy to use measurement device with which we quickly could work on our tasks!”

–  Philipp Stössel, ETH Zürich, Institut für Chemie und Biologie

“Accurate measurement of the absorbed heat flux is fundamental to estimate the efficiency of conversion of thermoelectric modules. When installed in dedicated under-vacuum module-holders, greenTEG’s heat flux meters provide an excellent and easy way to quantify the incoming heat fluxes with negligible lateral thermal losses. At our IIT lab in Milan, greenTEG’s heat flux meters were implemented in a custom system for the thermoelectric characterization of thermoelectric generators, satisfactorily allowing us for accurate and precise estimation of the efficiency of conversion.”

– Davide Beretta, Instituto Italiano di Tecnologia

“Our group at AIT works on the thermal design and the electro-thermal simulation of battery modules and systems. gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensors help us to determine parameters and to evaluate both the models and the design without requiring a large calorimeter.  The voltage response of the sensors is in the range of those of thermocouples, therefore allowing for an easy integration in our test benches.”

– Hartmut Popp, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Mobility Department

With Heat Flux Sensors from greenTEG, we are able to measure the thermal behavior of Li-ion batteries under load. The data acquired from the heat flux sensors during thermal characterization tests helps us to parametrize and validate thermal battery models, which are used for the design of battery modules and their cooling systems.”

– Klee Barillas, Li-Ion battery researcher from the ZSW in Germany

„At our Battery Calorimetry Lab the gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensor facilitates the determination of the heat transfer coefficient for Lithium-ion batteries that is necessary to transfer the measured temperature data into heat data. These data help to improve the thermal management system for the batteries, making them much safer.“

-Dr. Carlos Ziebert, Head of the Battery Calorimeter Lab at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute for Applied Materials–Applied Materials Physics

“The knowledge of heat and mass transfer coefficients in specific dryers is an essential basis for numerical drying simulations and understandings to optimize product properties.”

– Dr. Philip Scharfer, Head Thin Film Technology (TFT) at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

“Having access to a highly accurate, reliable and easy to use sensor has helped us a lot in measuring the performance of our Phase Change Material energy storage units. Using greenTEG’s sensors has allowed us to better understand and further improve our products.”

– Martin Schröcker, CEO,  GlassX AG

“greenTEG’s U-Value KIT is an excellent toolset which can be used to determine the U-values of building elements with unknown thermal characteristics – we are using it for our teaching and research activities.”

– Dr. Zoltán Nagy, Architecture and Building Systems, ETH Zürich

“Enprove is specialist in energy efficiency for the industry and large buildings. We often have to know how many heat is dissipated from walls, windows, machines, and storage tanks.
This was always estimated by calculations and assumptions. Thanks to greenTEG’s heat flux sensor we can verify the assumptions and give more accurate recommendations.”

– Christophe Steppe, www.enprove.be

“We have done a dozen of measurements and love the simplicity of the U-Value Kit. It’s easy to mount and to set-up!”

– J. Fernandes, Architect and PhD candidate, C-TAC University of Minho

“Die präzise Messung mit dem gSKIN® U-Value KIT, das greenTEG nach ISO 9869 entwickelt hat, ist Basis unserer Energie- und Emissionspotenzialanalyse – ein Nutzen, den unsere Kunden zu schätzen wissen.”

– Dr. René Salzmann, Inhaber und Partner, www.livingwoods.net

“Der gSKIN® Wärmeflusssensor ist ein wichtiges Instrument  für unsere strategischen Sanierungsberatungen. Die gemessenen U-Werte weichen regelmässig deutlich von den üblicherweise verwendeten Standardwerten ab. Auch bei neuen und sanierten Bauteilen setzten wir zur Qualitätssicherung vermehrt auf U-Wert-Messungen.“

– Martin Ménard, dipl. Ing. ETH/SIA, Partner Lemon Consult

“The reaction time of less than a second, the high sensitivity and the low thickness of the sensor were the main reasons for our decision to integrate the sensor technology developed by greenTEG.”

– Manfred Gonnert, product developer at the German Thorlabs subsidiary

“Thanks for a nice piece of measurement technology!”

– Dr. Arkadiy Matsekh, GUINA ENERGY Australia

“The gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensor has helped us to a great extent in our in-situ measurements of insulation materials. We used the sensor to determine the R-Values of various wall composites.”

– Prof. W. D. Constant, Louisiana State University

“For our femtosecond lasers, we were looking for a precise and cost-effective power monitoring detector. greenTEG’s detector is highly linear and works with a flat sensitivity curve – this helps us to control our lasers even better.”

– Dr. Robert Riedel, Class 5 Photonics

“We use the gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensors to characterize our thermo-regulating fabrics we develop based on a variety of technologies. The sensors are very easy to use, and deliver great experimental insights. Measuring heat flux helps us creating better fabric materials faster.”

– Dr. Özgür Çobanoğlu, Technology Development Group, ISKO division of SANKO Textile

“Compared with temperature sensors, the gSKIN® Heat Flux Sensor has a higher sensitivity and a faster response time.”

– Aktuelle Technik, 2013

“The power output of greenTEG’s generator is very high due to the optimized design. The specific weight and volume are low and the flexibility of the components is a further convincing detail.”

– Swiss Engineering, 2009

“The sensor is compact, small and thin. You just stick it to the wall, connect it to your read-out unit, and then get the understanding of the thermal characteristics of your building.”

– Dr. Peter Cull, ICT International

“We are using the sensor to detect laser power in our systems. It is easy to integrate and yields in precise results.”

– Medsol India