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Calorimetry in chemistry

Calorimetric measurement doesn’t require sophisticated equipment. But the use of big data and algorithms can produce reliable thermal energy data, which supports research into the development of new materials and chemical processes.

Big Data and algorithms provide reliable thermal energy data


In chemical technology, calorimetric data is vital for monitoring process safety. gSKINgt sensors can directly measure heat release rates in chemical reactions.

And in the field of material sciences, precise calorimetric measurements are essential in the development of energy materials such as phase-change materials. This also applies to many other analytical techniques, including measurement of thermal capacities and the study of microstructural changes.


The gSKINgt heat flux sensor for calorimetric measurements, used in chemical technology, material sciences and many other sectors and fields.

With the gSKIN® DLOG data logger, innogt technology enables simple data analysis via certain devices or PC.


  • Miniaturized, compact and robust design
  • Various dimensions (diameter/size)
  • Low invasiveness, easy integration into the given setup
  • Water-repellent, insensitive to pressure or vacuum
  • Temperature range from -50°C to 150 °C
  • Heat flux range -150/150 (kW/m2)
  • Ultra-high sensitivity
  • Calibration according to conductive heat flux in accordance with ISO 8301
  • Patented Swiss measuring technology