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A calorimeter is an instrument for measuring calorimetry, the science of measuring the heat of chemical reactions or physical changes. Calorimeters can be defined as the following types; reaction calorimeters, heat flow calorimeters, heat balance calorimeters, bomb calorimeters, constant-pressure calorimeters, differential scanning calorimeters, isothermal titration calorimeters, X-ray microcalorimeters, heat-loss calorimeters and high-energy particle calorimeters.
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The TAM Air is widely used for studying the reaction kinetics of pure cement pastes as well as the temperature dependence of the reaction. TAM Air is an excellent tool for quality control in cement plants, for optimization of additives to give a cement a certain property, as well as a general research tool for the cement laboratory.
ITI offers the series CR-100 thermal gradient microcalorimeters that are exclusively designed to offer a precise measurement of radioisotope heat release rates.
The Model C-3500 flame intensity calorimeter probe from ITI is used for measuring the overall heat flux, i.e. convection and radiation, in high temperature combustion of gases. This water-cooled instrument can be directly immersed in flame fronts.
Other Equipment
AC600 is a Semi-Automatic Isoperibol Calorimeter for Gross Calorific Content. The AC600 sets the standard for future calorimetry instruments. Its semi-automated operation, combined with the use of thermodynamic TruSpeed®, obtains a rapid analysis of calorific content and increased instrument throughput without sacrificing accuracy or instrument precision. A new, ergonomically designed, lightweight combustion vessel assures ease of operation while greatly reducing operator strain.
Malvern Instruments has introduced MicroCal iTC200, a low volume isothermal titration calorimeter for analysis of biomolecular interactions.
The Complete Calorimeter for Hazards Screening and Vent Sizing
The MMC 274 Nexus available from NETZSCH is a multiple module calorimeter and includes two parts: the base unit with built-in electronics and the exchangeable calorimeter module.
Malvern’s MicroCal VP-ITC is a highly sensitive, easy-to-use isothermal titration calorimeter that provides the ability to study any biomolecular interactions.
The versatile Premium DSC 204 F1 Phoenix® fascinates with its unique concept: all essential operational components are integrated into the instrument and optional add-ons can be installed anytime on site.
NETZSCH’s Accelerating Rate Calorimeter 254 (ARC® 254) offers adiabatic calorimetry information in a safe, controlled laboratory setting.
Malvern’s MicroCal VP-DSC is a highly sensitive differential scanning calorimeter designed for studying samples in solution.
The innovative DSC 214 Polyma is robust, easy to use and precise. The novel design of the instrument that includes everything required for successful DSC investigations, regardless of whether the user is a beginner or an experienced professional.
The new STA 449 F1 Jupiter® combines unlimited configuration flexibility and unmatched performance in just one instrument.
Malvern Instruments has introduced a fully automated, high-throughput, high-sensitivity differential scanning calorimeter called MicroCal VP-Capillary DSC.
Thanks to its modular design, the DSC1 as part of the METTLER TOLEDO Thermal Analysis Excellence Line is the best choice for manual or automatic operation, from quality assurance and production through to research and development. The DSC utilizes an innovative patented DSC sensor with 120 thermocouples which guarantees unmatched sensitivity.
IKA C 200 Calorimeter System allows you to accurately determine the Gross Calorific Value (GCV) of samples in either liquid or solid state. The digital display provides simple programming and method selection. Unit is suitable for low through-put laboratories, teaching and training, e.g. technical schools, universities, and for industrial laboratories with less need for analyses.
Malvern’s MicroCal Auto-iTC200 is a fully automated, high sensitive isothermal titration calorimeter that provides direct measurement of all binding parameters in a single experiment.
The new Concavus pan available from NETZSCH has a slight concave bottom geometry that produces an accurately defined contact surface between the pan bottom, sample and sensor, and thus helps in improving the reproducibility of the measurement results.
The NETZSCH Photo-DSC 204 F1 Phoenix®, Differential Scanning Calorimeter, works in the temperature range from -100°C to 200°C. The instrument has a gas-tight measuring cell and the purge gas control is regulated by a mass flow controller (MFC). For our Photo-DSC 204 F1 Phoenix®, most standard industry or laboratory lamps for cationic or radically curing material systems can be used.
The new DSC 404 F1 Pegasus®, High-Temperature Differential Scanning Calorimeter, is designed for the exact determination of specific heat of high-performance materials at high temperatures. The new concept of the DSC 404 F1 Pegasus® allows configuration for up to five different furnace types, easily interchangeable by the user, for a wide temperature range within -150°C...2400°C.
The Cosa 9600 is unmatched in terms of accuracy, speed of response and stability of measurement. The Cosa 9600TM is designed for applications requiring a continuous fast response measurement. The analyzer can be installed directly outdoors without any additional shelters.
NETZSCH offers a new exchangeable calorimeter module for the MMC 274 Nexus particularly dedicated to coin cell battery studies.
A new, universal range of Reaction Calorimeters for Safety Investigations and Scale-Up. All Calorimeters Calo 2310 eco, base and pro are suitable for Safety Investigations as well as Scale-Up Applications.
APTAC 264 takes the testing of chemical reactivity a step forward by enabling the user to acquire much faster temperature and pressure rise data than did the earlier designs. The APTAC 264 can function as: High-performance closed-cell adiabatic calorimeter; High-temperature and high-pressure reaction calorimeter; Open test cell from which effluent can be discharged and analyzed for emergency relief system studies using the DIERS methodology of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers