SIMULTANEOUS THERMAL ANALYSIS (TG-DTA or TG-DSC) additionally allows qualifying or quantifying the heat effects occurring during a mass variation or any transition not related to a mass change.
The different LABSYS evo STA rods (DTA, DSC, 3D CP) are changed within seconds using our unique “plug & play” connector and the automatic identification system of the rod type.
DTA is available with 80, 90 or 100 μl crucibles made of aluminum, alumina or platinum
Plate type DSC is available with 80, 90 or 100 μl crucibles made of aluminum, alumina or platinum.
EVOLVED GAS ANALYSIS
LABSYS evo offers a “Plug & play” gas analyzer coupling device,enabling simultaneous MS and FTIR connections. The coupling device is heated up to 300 °C to avoid any gas condensation and is complete ly insulated for a safe handling.
A NEW auto sampler system is available for Labsys evo TGA, TGA-DSC, TGA-DTA providing 30 samples and 6 references possibilities.
LABSYS evo STA 1150 applies mostly to organic materials when a more in-depth understanding of their thermal behavior is necessary. Identifying the thermal phenomena is made easier thanks to the DTA or DSC signals. Transitions like melting, crystallization, glass transition and solid-solid transitions, or reactions like curing and oxidation (OIT: oxygen induction time) can then be characterized together
with the phenomena involving mass variations.
LABSYS evo STA 1150 is also an ideal tool to screen thermal hazards linked with energetic materials.
LABSYS evo STA 1600 is the ultimate solution when temperatures as high as 1600 °C are concerned. It is the perfect tool to understand the thermal behavior of materials that are exposed to extreme temperatures during their production, service, or recycling. There are numerous examples but one can
cite the determination of the sintering temperatures of metal powders, the determination of the thermal characteristics and ageing of refractory materials or the incineration of industrial wastes.
The LABSYS evo STA 1600 can also be used with the 3D CP rod which, on top of heat capacity measurements, allows for accurate quantification of heat transition effects.