A thermoanalyzer is described for the simultaneous testing of metals and alloys by three methods: differential thermal analysis (DTA), thermal dilatometry (TD) and thermomagnetometry (TMAG). One reference specimen is used as a standard for each of the above kinds of analysis. Measurements can be performed in vacuum or in a static or dynamic atmosphere of gases at any pressure between normal and 5× 10−5 Torr. The temperature of the sample can be changed linearly in the range 20–1100 °C. DTA and TD are performed classically, whereas TMAG is based on the temperature and magnetic field-dependences of the reversible magnetic susceptibility of the sample. Some analysis results are presented.