To obtain exact Thermogravimetric results with low drift behavior, most manufacturers have to resort to thermostatic control using a water cycle. Having to run the thermostat continuously requires a lot of energy and produces waste heat, which subsequently needs to be regulated by air conditioning.
NETZSCH has succeeded in removing the external thermostat. The weighing chamber’s temperature is now regulated electronically, while maintaining excellent temperature stability. By removing the thermostat, the energy consumption of an STA 449 F1 Jupiter® will decrease by 70% for an average user.*
* When using the instrument 3 times a day on 250 days a year