Present study the relation between pH, thermal changes and dimensional stability during setting of irreversible hydrocolloid impression materials was investigated. Ten specimens of each product were prepared for different measurements: Thermal, pH changes and dimensional stability (mass and linear). Thermal and pH readings for 20 min and dimensional measurements for a 2 hr period were taken after mixing. It was observed that pH and thermal values changed in relation to different materials, while they did not change with the time according to variance analysis results. On the other hand, dimensional stability showed significant differences with time in all tested impression materials.