NETZSCH’s STA 449 F3 Jupiter® is a simultaneous thermal analyzer that combines the benefits of a true differential scanning calorimeter and a high-sensitivity thermobalance.
It is possible to integrate the STA 449 F3 Jupiter® with many types of furnaces and TG, TGA-DTA and TGA-DSC sensors, thereby allowing the instrument to be easily optimized for the most flexible applications.
The STA 449 F3 Jupiter® enables thermal effects and mass changes between -150°C and 2400°C to be measured easily. It has a high level of flexibility as it is integrated with several sensors, sample crucibles, and a broad range of TGA-measurements, thus allowing it to be used for testing many types of materials including heterogenous substances.
The sample holders are easily interchangeable, and enable the optimal instrument to be adapted in a wide range of application areas such as TGA-DTA, TGA, and TGA-DSC measurements.
The various furnaces are also simple to interchange by the user, and are capable of covering a full temperature range.
Vacuum tight design measurements at defined atmospheres such as inert can be achieved. The instrument can be controlled by a newly designed integrated digital electronic tool.
The main features of the STA 449 F3 Jupiter® are:
- Data analysis runs on a standard PC, using the tried and tested Windows® software
- Highly flexible
- High level of sensitivity
- Capable of testing numerous materials.