…by means of the TG 209 F3 Nevio ‒ the workhorse for quality control and process optimization.
Information obtained by thermogravimetric analysis (TGA):
- Mass changes
- Decomposition behavior
- PyrolysisPyrolysis is the thermal decomposition of organic compounds in an inert atmosphere.Pyrolysis
- Solvent content (e.g., water amount)
- OxidationOxidation can describe different processes in the context of thermal analysis.Oxidation
- Shelf life
- Thermal kinetics (combined with Kinetics Neo)
Features of the TG 209 F3 Nevio:
SmartMode – You don't need to be an expert to carry out successful TGA runs
The simplified SmartMode user interface is specifically useful for routine tasks. To start a measurement, all one needs to do is call up the corresponding measurement method and type in the sample-specific information such as sample name and sample mass. If AutoEvaluation (optional) is part of the measurement method, an automatic evaluation of the TGA curve will follow.
c-DTA® signal for monitoring EndothermicA sample transition or a reaction is endothermic if heat is needed for the conversion.endothermic and ExothermicA sample transition or a reaction is exothermic if heat is generated.exothermic effects
The sample thermocouple of the TG 209 F3 Nevio is in direct contact with the sample crucible and therefore able to detect temperature changes inside the sample. This is the prerequisite for calculating the c-DTA® signal, which can also be used for temperature calibration.
Tool-free mounting and dismounting of sample carriers
Depending on the application, various sample carrier types are available. Any of these sample carriers can be changed out by the user in less than one minute.
Robust and reliable thermobalance
The top-loading balance design ensures measurement conditions with very low drift behavior across the entire temperature range from room temperature to 1000°C.
Robust top-loading balance arrangement
Easy accessibility to the sample and crucible as well as the ability to disconnect the sample carrier from the balance during loading or unloading of the sample are only two examples of how safe handling and maximum usability are ensured.
Filter system for trapping Decomposition reactionA decomposition reaction is a thermally induced reaction of a chemical compound forming solid and/or gaseous products. decomposition products
For maximum safety, the thermobalance is (optionally) equipped with a large filter system, which traps the Decomposition reactionA decomposition reaction is a thermally induced reaction of a chemical compound forming solid and/or gaseous products. decomposition products that are released by the samples.
The automatic sample changer (ASC) makes routine work easy
With the optional automatic sample changer, up to 19 samples can be measured at one go, even if each sample has its own temperature program. In addition, the sample measurements can be evaluated automatically – if this is included in the methods.
The Proteus®® Protect software meets the requirements of 21 CFR Part 11.
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Temperature range (max.)
Max. cooling rate/max. heating rate:
Indium Response Ratio:
Inert, oxidizing, static and dynamic
Mass flow controller for purge/protective gas:
Optional, 3 (0 to 250 ml/min) 3, integrated (0 to 250 ml/min)
Gas flow regulation:
With MFCs: software-controlled
Automatic Sample Changer (ASC):
min. Proteus®® 8
Proteus®® software extensions included:
Proteus®® software extensions (optional):
Advanced Software extensions (optional):
Size (W x H x D) – incl. ASC, without physical connections:
575 mm x 460 mm x 560 mm
* minus weight of crucible
** Not available in the USA.