FT-IR spectrometer / process / gas / TGA-FT-IR
Perseus® TG 209 F1 NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH

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Characteristics

  • Type:

    FT-IR

  • Field:

    process

  • Other characteristics:

    gas, TGA-FT-IR

Description

Evolved Gas Analysis (EGA) is the perfect tool for characterizing the thermal behavior of organic and inorganic solids or liquids in more detail and elucidating the chemistry behind the processes under investigation.
The Perseus® TG 209 F1 is robust, stands out by its high performance, compactness and attractive price. This integration of the small but powerful FT-IR instrument and the TGA has the potential to fit into any laboratory.

Affordable Gas Analysis

The unrivaled instrument alliance serves as an innovative coupling technique, even for a narrow budget. It has what it takes to become an integral part of any laboratory and could even become indispensable for future needs.

No Liquid Nitrogen required

The DLaTGS (deuterated L-alanine doped triglycine sulfate) detector operates without the necessity of liquid nitrogen. Therefore, this system is particularly well-suited for test runs with an autosampler (ASC) or long-term measurements.

No Separate Transfer Line

No separate transfer line is necessary, nor is any separate heating controller. The built-in heated gas cell is directly connected to the gas outlet of the furnace via a heated tube. The low volume of this short gas path guarantees fast response and becomes quite advantageous in cases where condensable evolved gases are released by the sample.

Space-Saving Design

Neither a separate FT-IR spectrometer nor a control unit for heating the transfer line is required. The footprint of the Perseus® TG 209 F1 coupling is identical to that of a standard TG 209 F1 Libra®. This makes the coupled system ideally suited for labs in which space is limited.