Our TGA 8000™ thermogravimetric analyzer gives you complete control over your sample environment and delivers high throughput and reliability, even unattended. Plus, advanced hyphenation technology works beautifully with FT-IR, MS, GC/MS, and other systems for better understanding of evolved gases. In other words, this is complex characterization made simple.
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It's all about sample atmosphere control
The TGA 8000 gives you the confidence that comes with total control of your sample atmosphere, both temperature and gas. Our furnace's temperature control system creates a wide effective temperature range – from subambient to 1,200 °C. The system delivers heating rates from 0.1 °C to 500 °C/minute to address the widest range of applications, and its low mass and forced-air cooling allow it to cool quickly for fast sample turnaround. For sample gas environment, the system provides two integral mass-flow controllers for balance and sample purge. Built-in gas switching from Pyris™ software makes switching easy, while optional gas mixing allows the blending of up to three reaction gases, with delivery direct to the sample area.
Perfect for unattended operation
In today’s budget-constrained lab environments, your entire staff is being asked to perform complex characterizations – so the need for simple, easy-to-use instrumentation has never been greater. Our newly designed 48-position autosampler is simply the best in the business – the perfect system for single sample autoloading or for overnight multiple sample analysis. This patent-pending autosampler works seamlessly with our Accupik accessory used for testing aqueous or volatile samples, as well as with our comprehensive array of hyphenated accessories.
Welcome to the hyphenation evolution
Unlike all other systems, the TGA 8000 is designed from the ground up for hyphenation, enabling you to increase your power of analysis by coupling techniques such as FT-IR, MS, GC/MS, and more. We’re the only provider that can supply everything you need to understand and implement a complete hyphenation solution for your lab, including instruments, service, and support. And while other vendors depend on third parties to complete your hyphenation solution, we offer a whole range of hyphenated systems that target your need precisely.
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