The Worlds First Benchtop High Pressure TGA Featuring Patented Top Loading Magnetic Suspension Balance
TA Instruments invites you to experience two new high pressure thermogravimetric (HP-TGA) instruments, the Discovery HP-TGA 75 and HP-TGA 750. From the world leader in Magnetic Suspension Balance (MSB) technology for over 20 years comes an ingeniously designed, user-friendly top-loading microbalance with unprecedented performance. In addition, the Discovery HP-TGA's are the first available in a convenient benchtop design and feature on-board gas dosing and blending systems, temperature control to 1100°C, One-Touch-Away™ functionality, and TA's powerful TRIOS software. Getting great high pressure data has never been so easy!
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Features of HP TGA 75/750
Patented* top-loading magnetic levitation balance enables sealed environment for thermogravimetric testing in reactive atmospheres under high pressure (up to 80 bar) and high temperatures (up to 1100°C)
Unrivaled 0.1 Μg balance resolution provides the most accurate measurements of small samples or materials with rapid reaction kinetics
Top-loading balance design ensures superior weight stability at high temperature and pressure, and provides convenient access to sample for easy loading/unloading
Integrated gas dosing & pressure control eliminates need for a separate system and enables a compact footprint
Highly accurate balance temperature control for optimized baseline stability
Non-porous isolation material in contact with the reaction gas within the furnace eliminates potential retention of gases (“memory” effect) and enables rapid attainment of vacuum
Curie-point calibration eliminates the effects of the reaction gas type and pressure on the temperature measurement
Compact design puts high pressure TGA on the benchtop, minimizing valuable lab space requirements and enabling installation in a fume hood to easily manage ventilation when working with toxic gases
High heating and cooling rates (~250 K/min**), even under high pressure, reduces potential for unwanted side reactions and improves sample throughput
Small internal volume allows for rapid gas changes and quick pressurization, low gas consumption, and safe operational conditions due to the small quantity of compressed gas
European Patent: 1958323, U.S. Patent: 2009/0160279 Al, German Patent : DE 10 2015 116 767.0
** Cooling rate at ~250 K/min possible when at T ? 300°C
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