About Us

AKTS, Siders, Valais, Switzerland


AKTS is based in Siders, Valais (Switzerland). It is dedicated to bringing together the worlds of solid state kinetic analysis, thermogravimetry (TG), differential thermal analysis (DTA), differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), thermomechanical analysis (TMA), evolved gas analysis (EGA, MS, FTIR) and thermal stability of materials. AKTS technology provides users with the required precision in an age where use of high performance materials is expanding, with a continuing infusion of new materials and applications. This situation is further enhanced by recycling efforts, and the growing use of thermal analysis for material's quality control. AKTS provides access to information on thermal stability of materials for a multiplicity of users. We believe that this combining of solid state kinetic analysis and thermal stability of materials has a great future.

Worldwide Services

AKTS designs its Software not only to provide valuable predictions of material decomposition but also to facilitate the processing and transfer of these data into customers' management information systems. AKTS serves customers worldwide through its own service organization. Our online service provides the most comprehensive, innovative and reliable solutions. It gives a short response time because of our efficient service network. Our service performs the kinetic analysis and informs the user about the thermal stability of their materials. Each analysis we provide is delivered with the proven techniques and advances.

Expert solutions

AKTS technology is available worldwide. AKTS technology possesses an unparalleled capability of solid state kinetic analysis gained through the successful completion of many application developments over last 28 years. With AKTS software, we provide the ultimate technical computing environment for customers' visualization and prediction of material transformations. The AKTS' strength lies in its proprietary technology, which provides users with an exceptionally high standard of numeric computation and precision. AKTS service plays a very important role in the identification of materials' transformation and is very valuable in guiding screening and development decisions of candidate materials.

Our Mission

Our mission is to increase the scope and productivity of science and engineering, accelerate the pace of discovery and development, facilitate learning, and amplify the creativity of research. We use an ultimate technical computing environment for visualization and simulation of material transformations, and the mathematics embodied within it, to provide reliable predictions of material transformations as a function of time and/or temperature.

Analysis Field

AKTS-Thermokinetics software includes ultimate technical computing for precise quantification and prediction of reductive and oxidative testing, reaction progress, thermal stability of:

  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Food
  • Pigments
  • Rubber
  • Polymers
  • Catalysts
  • Pyrotechnics
  • Composites
  • Ceramics
  • Superconductors, ...

Using AKTS Software for:

  • Computation, Visualization
    AKTS integrates computation and visualization in a flexible, open environment. AKTS software offers engineers and scientists the necessary information for graphically expressing the thermal stability of materials.
  • Application Development
    AKTS analysis includes reliable prediction of material decomposition (from several seconds to several years) at manifold temperature modes (isothermal, non-isothermal, stepwise, modulated, shock, adiabatic and, additionally for temperature profiles reflecting real atmospheric temperature changes). This tool enables you to share ideas with colleagues, customers, and partners for optimal use of materials. It lets you move effortlessly from initial experiments through modeling, simulation, and validation.
  • Engineering
    You can rely on AKTS-Thermokinetics software as a single environment in which you can work together to research methods, design solutions, and quickly deliver the resulting applications to other end users for optimal use of their materials.