TA Instruments designs and manufactures the world’s highest performing thermal analysis, rheometer, microcalorimeter, and mechanical test systems by focusing on four fundamental measurements: temperature, force, weight, and displacement.
No other company or combination of companies sells as many of these systems as TA Instruments. Our products are used on a daily basis in the world’s most prestigious companies, universities and government laboratories.
Headquartered in New Castle, Delaware, TA manufactures at 7 different locations in the United States and Europe, and has direct sales and support staff in 24 countries and 5 continents.
TA Instruments has long been recognized for the technical competence and professionalism of our sales force. We are consistently ranked #1 by third party surveys for our responsive and knowledgeable support, the hallmark of our company.
Discovery Hybrid Rheometer (DHR): Single-head Rheometer Platform
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Prof. James Tour
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