Polymers

Description

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In the field of polymers and organic materials there is the need to understand the performance of a material under demanding conditions, from high temperatures to high pressures and under corrosive and aggressive atmospheres.

Setaram has developed DSC, TGA, calorimeters for you to determine the different characteristics of your materials (Tg, crystallinity, oxidative properties, decomposition temperature, thermal expansion, curing rate…).

Associated products

Controlled Humidity Generator

Wetsys

A dry gas and a humidity–saturated gas are mixed in order to produce a gaseous flow with a controlled and stable humidity rate of ±0.3% RH, at a given temperature. Programming is done by EURTOHERM devices that incorporate the humidity and temperature measurement of gas flow and their precise control, permitting the...

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Stand-alone High Pressure Mass Spectrometer for gas composition analysis from 200 bar to 10-8 mtorr

RGAPro

Stand-alone High Pressure Mass Spectrometer for gas composition analysis from 200 bar to 10-8 mtorr The RGAPro is a residual gas analyzer designed to work with the PCTPro-2000 or any other gas process for real-time compositional analysis of gas sorption and reaction processes. The system uses a 100 to 300 amu quadrupole mass spectrometer with...

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An innovative line of Thermal Analyzers (-120 / 830°C) with 3D-Inside technology: DSC, High Pressure DSC, Robot DSC, TG - DSC - coupling to gas analyzer

SENSYS evo DSC

An innovative line of Thermal Analyzers (-120 / 830°C) with 3D-Inside technology: DSC, High Pressure DSC, Robot DSC, TG – DSC – coupling to gas analyzer The HIGHLIGHTS Incomparable precision: the unique 3D sensor totally surrounds your sample and reference crucibles so that the entire energy of any transformation is monitored thereby giving you an...

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An innovative line of Thermal Analyzers (-120 / 830°C) with 3D-Inside technology: DSC, High Pressure DSC, Robot DSC, TGA-DSC-coupling to gas analyzer

SENSYS evo TGA-DSC

The HIGHLIGHTS Differential Scanning Calorimeter – Incomparable precision: the unique 3D DSC sensor totally surrounds your sample and reference crucibles so that the entire energy of any transformation is monitored thereby giving you...

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Mastering High Pressure DSC & Microcalorimetry up to 1000 bars - 14,500 psi

HP Micro DSC

Mastering High Pressure DSC & Microcalorimetry up to 1000 bars – 14,500 psi Originally designed under a IFP (Institut Français du Petrole) license to study the gas hydrates formation and dissociation, the high pressure version of the μDSC7 evo offers unique capabilities on the market: on a wide temperature range, from the subambient temperature of...

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Reaction, isothermal and scanning calorimeter (ambient to 300°C)

C80

Incomparable precision of measurement: the 3D Calvet sensor totally surrounds the sample, and all heat evolved is measured. Now matter how small or large the thermal transformation the system provides a complete picture of the event. Absolute calibration: with a three-dimensional transducer the sensitivity of the C80...

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An-easy-to-use Differential Scanning Calorimetry DSC (-170 to 700°C) with a 3-year warranty

DSC131 evo

The HIGHLIGHTS – Robustness: the DSC131 evo features a highly robust sensor that, if needed, can readily be changed by the user in less than 30 minutes. No other DSC offers such flexibility. – Ease of operation: dedicated market leading CALISTO software that...

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Simply put - the fastest, easiest way to measure thermal conductivity.

TCi

Simply put – the fastest, easiest way to measure thermal conductivity. The third generation of C-Therm Technologies technology expands the capabilities of this rapid, non-destructive thermal conductivity and effusivity testing instrument to a whole new level. Designed to provide simple, highly accurate thermal characterization for lab, quality control and production environments, the C-Therm Technologies TCi...

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