Close this search box.
TAC-500 AS Advanced Accelerating Rate Calorimeter

Chemical Reaction Hazards Testing Solution

SciMed and Sigma-HSE offer a comprehensive Chemical Reaction Hazards Testing Solution that provides extensive testing and analysis for industrial safety and process optimisation.

Product Overview

Chemical Reaction Hazards Testing Solutions by SciMed and Sigma-HSE offer a full range of process safety and thermal study contract testing. These solutions include Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC), Accelerating Rate Calorimetry (ARC), Reaction Calorimetry, and more. Aimed at preventing industrial accidents and optimising chemical processes, these services provide actionable insights to protect businesses, human health, workplaces, and the environment.

Features & Benefits

Process Safety Solutions

Key applications

  • Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC): Accurate heat flow measurements.
  • Accelerating Rate Calorimetry (ARC): Analysis of exothermal potential.
  • Advanced Reactive Screening System Tool (ARSST): Comprehensive reaction screening.
  • Heat Flow Calorimetry: Early reaction information for workflow improvement.
  • VSP2 (Vent Sizing): Adiabatic calorimetry for relief system design.
  • Thermal Stability Testing: Understanding behavioral limits for deviations.
  • Chemical Reactivity Testing Lab: Custom testing and risk exposure assessment.
  • Reaction Calorimetry Software: Measuring heat profiles and chemical conversions.
  • Sigma-HSE Advantage: Dedicated team for risk assessment and compliance.
  • SciMed Process Safety Specialist: Over 30 years of industrial experience.

About the Chemical Reaction Hazards Testing Solution

Chemical Reaction Hazards Testing Solutions by SciMed and Sigma-HSE are designed to address the critical need for safety and efficiency in the chemical industry. The industrial landscape is fraught with potential hazards, including thermal runaway reactions, undesired reactions, and deviations from normal processes. These risks not only threaten human lives but also impact the environment and business continuity.

The introduction of these testing solutions serves as a robust response to these challenges. By employing techniques such as Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) and Accelerating Rate Calorimetry (ARC), these services provide precise insights into chemical reactions. The Advanced Reactive Screening System Tool (ARSST) offers comprehensive screening, allowing for the identification and mitigation of potential hazards.

Furthermore, the collaboration between SciMed and Sigma-HSE ensures a holistic approach to chemical safety. SciMed’s process safety specialist, with over 30 years of industrial experience, complements Sigma-HSE’s dedicated team of experts. Together, they provide a single solution provider for risk assessment, compliance, and a variety of chemical reaction hazards analysis.

The benefits extend beyond safety. Heat Flow Calorimetry and Reaction Calorimetry Software enable workflow optimisation and process control, contributing to overall efficiency and profitability. The solutions are adaptable, catering to various industries, including pharmaceuticals, petrochemicals, and more.

In essence, these testing solutions are not merely tools but strategic assets that empower businesses to operate safely, efficiently, and responsibly. They symbolize a commitment to excellence, innovation, and sustainability, reflecting the ethos of both SciMed and Sigma-HSE.

"Sigma-HSE specialises in chemical reaction hazards testing,
including DSC and ARC methods, to ensure industrial safety and process optimization,
by providing detailed risk assessments and compliance insights."

Product FAQ's

DSC is a technique used to measure heat flow in chemical reactions, providing insights into exothermic and endothermic processes.

ARSST offers comprehensive screening of chemical reactions, identifying potential hazards and allowing for preventive measures.

Yes, both SciMed and Sigma-HSE offer custom testing and risk exposure assessment packages tailored to specific industry needs.

Heat Flow Calorimetry provides early reaction information, helping in characterizing reactions and optimizing process parameters.

They provide comprehensive standard testing, risk assessment, and maintain compliance with regulatory standards through continuous monitoring and expert guidance.


Application Note 1

Application Note 2

Application Note 3

Contact Us Today

We take great pleasure in assisting you and ensuring you get a prompt response to your questions

Live chat opening hours Mon – Fri 9:15 to 16:30 (UK Time)

Request a Call Back

Please refer to our Privacy statement for information on how SciMed uses your details.
Back to Menu