The DSC 6000 gives you all the advantages of the DSC 4000 and more. Designed for research application, it comes with Modulated Temperature DSC (MT-DSC) technology for easier data interpretation and new capabilities for product development.
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|21 CFR Part 11 Compatible||Yes|
|Maximum Temperature||450 °C|
|Minimum Temperature||-180 °C|
|Technology Type||Thermal Analysis|
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