Thermal Analysis System DSC 3+
Available from METTLER TOLEDO
The DSC uses a robust and versatile DSC sensor with 56 thermocouples which guarantees simultaneous outstanding resolution and sensitivity.
Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) is the most frequently used thermal analysis technique.
DSC measures enthalpy changes in samples due to changes in their physical and chemical properties as a function of temperature or time.
Features and benefits of the METTLER TOLEDO DSC 3+:
• Amazing sensitivity – for the measurement of weak effects
• Outstanding resolution – allows measurement of rapid changes and close-lying effects
• Small and large sample volumes – for microgram or inhomogeneous samples
• Modular concept – tailor-made solutions for current and future needs
Specifications - DSC 3+ - Differential Scanning Calorimeter
Temperature range - (-150 to 700 °C)
Sensor - FRS 6+ with 56 thermocouples or HSS 9+ with 120 thermocouples
Heating rate - 0.02 to 300 K/min
TAWN resolution (FRS /HSS) - 0.12/0.2
TAWN sensitivity (FRS /HSS) - 11.9/56
Indium response ratio (FRS sensor) - >155/85 mW/°C
Trade Name - DSC