FTIR - Coupling for Fourier-Transform Infrared spectrometer

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FTIR - Coupling for Fourier-Transform Infrared spectrometer
Different thermal analysis systems can be combined with a Fourier Transform-Infrared Spectrometer (FT-IR), which has proved its efficiency especially in the organic field (instrument for EGA: evolved gas analysis).
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  • Product CategoryEvolved Gas AnalysisEvolved Gas Analysis
  • Messmethode EGA EGA
  • Messparameter Stability (of chemicals) Stability (of chemicals) Oxidation Oxidation Corrosion Corrosion
  • Norm DIN 53513 DIN 53513 DIN EN ISO 6721 DIN EN ISO 6721 DIN 53440 DIN 53440 DIN-IEC 1006 DIN-IEC 1006 ASTM D4065 ASTM D4065 ASTM D4092 ASTM D4092 ASTM D473 ASTM D473 ASTM D5023 ASTM D5023 ASTM D5024 ASTM D5024 ASTM D5026 ASTM D5026 ASTM D5418 ASTM D5418
  • Temperature Accuracy
  • Purpose FTIR FTIR
FTIR Coupling
FTIR Coupling

Especially in the polymer range as well as in the pharmaceutical and chemical industry, the knowledge of the evolving gases during a process, a curing/cross-linking, a decomposition or any other reaction is of great interest.
For the vacuum-tight thermal balances and simultaneous thermal analysis instruments TG 209 F1 Libra®, TG/STA 449 F3 Jupiter® and TG/STA 449 F1 Jupiter®, but also for the dynamic differential calorimeters DSC 404 F1 Pegasus® and DSC 204 F1 Phoenix® NETZSCH offers you efficient coupling systems for a Fourier-Transform Infrared spectrometer (FT-IR). The transfer line and the connection adaptors to the furnaces are heatable up to 230°C to prevent a condensation of the decomposition products as far as possible. For the spectra interpretation extensive gas phases libraries are available.

Simultaneous Thermal Analysis with IR Capability - NETZSCH STA 449 F1 Jupiter®