Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) is a technique to provide insight into mass changes through a desired temperature range. By monitoring the weight of a sample within a furnace, thermal effects that cause a weight change can be identified and studied. This is perfect for the thermal analysis of a material’s decomposition temperature, thermal stability, adsorption and desorption, dehydration, and combustion. We offer TGA services using our Labsys Evo with capabilities of analyzing a variety of organic, polymer and mineral samples.
Labsys Evo TG 1600
We offer TGA services using our Labsys Evo with capabilities of analyzing a variety of organic, polymer and mineral samples running up to 1600 °C. We can provide insight into the chemical kinetics of decomposition and a material’s composition through pyrolysis. This is perfect for applications in hydrogen storage materials, organic materials, polymers and other weight change materials.
Confines of Analysis
|Temperature range||Ambient – 1600 °C||Ambient – 800 °C|
|Isothermal accuracy||± 1 °C||± 1°C|
|Ramping rate||0.001 – 100 °C / min||0.001 – 100 °C / min|
|Weight range||± 200 mg||± 200 mg|
|Weight precision||± 0.1 %||± 0.1%|
|Weight resolution||0.5 µg||0.5 µg|
|Gases||Air, Nitrogen, Argon*||Air, Nitrogen, Argon*|
|Pressure||1.5 bar||1.5 bar|
*Other gases available upon request
- ISO 11358-1&2 – Thermogravimetry of Polymers.
- ASTM D6370 & E1131 – Compositional Analysis
- ASTM E1582& E2440 – Calibration
- ASTM E1641, E1868, E1877, E2008, E2402, E2403, E2550 – Data Analysis Definitions
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