Thermogravimetric analysis of solid and liquid samples in different gas environments

 TG 209 F1 Libr 

One advantage of the TG 209 F1 Libra is its vertical, top-loading design which guarantees free and safe access to the crucible – there is no hang-down wire with any danger of bending, and no horizontal beam where crashing can occur. When placing the crucible on the sample carrier, there is no effect to the microbalance since the sample carrier is detached by an automatic lifting device. Sample placement is therefore always trouble-free.

Thermogravimetric analysis of solid and liquid samples in various gas environments with the ability to detect gaseous substances emitted (mostly organic)

The purge gas passing through the TGA, brings all the separated volatile products through a short heated channel in a sealed gas cell of the FTIR spectrometer. All the gases are identified by their Infrared absorption spectrum, and complex gas mixtures can be separated spectroscopically.

Comprehensive study by differential scanning calorimetry and thermogravimetric analysis with the ability to mass-spectrometric detection of emitted gases

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Simultaneous Thermal Analysis generally refers to the simultaneous application of Thermogravimetry and Differential Scanning Calorimetry to one and the same sample in one instrument. The STA 449 F1 allows determination of caloric effects (transformation temperatures and enthalpies) and mass changes at the same time with outstanding reliability,  resolution and accuracy.

A robust, flexible, easy-to-operate instrument for determining caloric effects (transformation temperatures and enthalpies) and mass changes at the same time

STA 449 F3 Jupiter

Easy for studying of melting & crystallization behavior, solid-solid transitions, polymorphism, degree of crystallinity, glass transitions, cross-linking reactions, oxidative stability, corrosion studies, temperature stability, decomposition, purity determination, specific heat, thermokinetics, compositional analysis. 

Differential scanning calorimetry with extremely accurate data. The study of the heat capacity of materials, small thermal effects of phase and chemical transformations

DSC 204 F1 Phoenix -

The concept for the DSC 204 F1 Phoenix measuring cell is based on a homogeneous heating of the disc-sensor system for stable and reproducible baselines, also on the effective, low-consumption cooling system.