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.

 

TG 209 F1 Libra Thermogravimetric Analyzer - Specifications

      • Operating temperature range from 10 ° C to 1100 ° C

      • Control accuracy 0,1 ° C

      • The heating rate from 0,001 to 100 ° C / min

      • Range of weight measurement to 2 g

      • Resolution - 0.1 mcg

      • The maximum sample volume 350 ml

      • The ability to purge gas (N2, Ar, O2, H2, air) at a rate from 5 to 250 ml / min

      • Ability to work in a vacuum to 10-2 mbar

TENSOR 27 FT-IR Spectrometer - Specifications

      • Spectral range from 340 to 8000 cm-1

      • Resolution 1 cm-1

      • Photometric accuracy   0.1%

      • Heated Adapter up to 300 °C

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