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  • DSC 4000 – Single Furnace Heat flux DSC

    DSC 4000

    The DSC 4000 offers dependable performance and quality results. This single-furnace, heat flux DSC is designed to run all your routine applications and includes an easy-to-load vertical furnace that is resistant to oxygen and chemical corrosion.

    We stand firmly behind our products and now offer a 5 YEAR PARTS ONLY FURNACE WARRANTY with new instruments.

  • DSC 6000

    DSC 6000

    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.

    We stand firmly behind our products and now offer a 5 YEAR PARTS ONLY FURNACE WARRANTY with new instruments.

  • DSC 8000 - Differential Scanning Calorimeter

    DSC 8000

    The DSC 8000, double-furnace, power compensation DSC provides greater sensitivity and accuracy as well as faster and more reliable results then you ever thought possible.

    We stand firmly behind our products and now offer a 5 YEAR PARTS ONLY FURNACE WARRANTY with new instruments.

  • DSC 8500

    DSC 8500

    The DSC 8500 is a double-furnace DSC, featuring our second-generation HyperDSC technology. Now you can gain unlimited insight into the structure, properties and performance of your materials.

    We stand firmly behind our products and now offer a 5 YEAR PARTS ONLY FURNACE WARRANTY with new instruments.

  • DSC 4000 – Single Furnace Heat flux DSC

    Simultaneous Thermal Analyzer (STA) 6000

    The STA 6000 simultaneous thermal analyzer offers performance, reliability and productivity you can depend on.

    We stand firmly behind our products and now offer a 5 YEAR PARTS ONLY FURNACE WARRANTY with new instruments.

  • B0143017-ThermalPans-and-Covers

    Aluminum Pan Starter Kit - Qty. 50

    The Aluminum Pan Starter Kit includes fifty of each type of aluminum pan and 350 covers. This starter kit is for use with the Pyris 1 Autosampler, DSC 7 RS and DSC -4 RS.

    List Price : 696.00 USD
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    Tin Calibration Standard - 231.88°C

    The Tin Calibration Standard is used to calibrate all DSC instruments. It has a transition point of 156.60 °C.

    List Price : 89.00 USD
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    Lead Calibration Standard - 327.47°C

    The Lead Reference Standard is used to calibrate all DSC instruments. It has a transition point of 327.47°C.

    List Price : 49.00 USD
  • Indium - Calibration Standard, 156.60°C

    The Indium Calibration Standard is used to calibrate all DSC instruments. It has a transition point of 156.60 °C.

    List Price : 75.00 USD
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    Autosampler Furnace Cover - Platinum, Large, Qty. 2

    The Autosampler Furnace Cover is used with when running sample specimens in large volume stainless steel pans with an autosampler. This cover is a large flat, vented, platinum insert that is placed between the DSC furnace and the sample pan. Each cover has two vent holes. Qty. 2

    List Price : 288.00 USD
  • TA B7001014 Pierced Aluminum Covers

    Pierced Aluminum Covers

    These Aluminum Covers are vented covers with a pierce hole, 0.05 mm in diameter. They have an operating range of -170 to 600°C. These covers are compatible with the DSC 4/7/PYRIS 1 DSC anayzers. Qty. 400 covers

    List Price : 498.00 USD
  • B0143017-ThermalPans-and-Covers

    Aluminum Capsule Starter Kit

    The Aluminum Pan Starter Kit normally ships with the DSC 8000/8500 analyzers. The kit includes packets of aluminum pans and covers in a variety of sizes. With this part number, these pans and covers can be ordered separately to replenish your stock as needed. Qty. 400 pans and 400 covers

    List Price : 2249.00 USD
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    Zinc Calibration Standard - 419.47°C.

    The Zinc Reference Standard is used to calibrate all DSC instruments. It is pre-crimped, weighted, and has a transition point of 419.47°C.

    List Price : 62.00 USD
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    Diamond DSC Guard Ring Insert Kit - Qty. 2

    The Diamond DSC Guard Ring Insert is made of an anodized, aluminum alloy. This shaped insert fits in the DSC sample holder cavity, preventing sample pans/covers from falling into the cavity. It is also recommended for applications generating condensable gaseous products. Easily removed for cleaning. Qty. 2

    List Price : 116.00 USD
  • HyperDSC Aluminum Sample Pans

    The HyperDSC Aluminum Sample Pans are an ultra-light sample pan with dimensions of 6 (W) x 3.75 (H) mm. These pans do not require a sealing tool and have an operating range of -170 to 600 °C, a volume of 40 µL, and an ambient maximum pressure. These pans are compatible with the DSC 6/7/Jade DSC/Diamond DSC/PYRIS 1 DSC/PYRIS 6 DSC. Qty. 100 pans

    List Price : 72.00 USD
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    List Price : 252.00 USD
  • Vented Platinum Sample Holder Covers

    The Vented Platinum Sample Holder Covers provide sample atmosphere stability. These covers, placed between the DSC furnace and the sample pan, allow for gases to escape the furnace. p>

    List Price : 253.00 USD
  • B0182905-GoldCoveredCopperPans

    Gold-Plated Stainless Steel High Pressure Sample Pan - Qty. 1

    The Gold-Plated Stainless Steel High Pressure Sample Pan has a temperature range of -170 °C to 400 °C, a volume of 30 µL, and 150 bar maximum pressure. It requires, but not include, a sealing disk. Qty. 1
    List Price : 93.00 USD
  • Sample Holder Cover Reforming Tool

    The Sample Holder Cover Reforming Tool enables customers to reform platinum covers for sample pans as well as DSC reference furnace covers to their original dimensions. Compatible with the DSC 8000/8500, Diamond DSC, and the PYRIS 1 DSC.

    List Price : 961.00 USD
  • 02190041

    Aluminum Sample Pans and Covers

    These Aluminum Pans and Covers have a temperature range of -170 to 600 °C, a volume capacity of 40 µL, and an ambient maximum pressure. They are compatible with PerkinElmer crimpers and sealers. These pans work with the DSC 4000/ 6000/8000/8500, DSC 6, DSC 7, Jade DSC, Diamond DSC, PYRIS 1 DSC, and PYRIS 6 DSC. A package includes 400 pans and 400 covers.

    List Price : 512.00 USD
  • PYRIS 1 DSC Guard Ring Insert Kit - Qty. 2

    The PYRIS 1 DSC Guard Ring Insert is made of an anodized, aluminum alloy. This shaped insert fits in the DSC sample holder cavity, preventing sample pans/covers from falling into the cavity. It is also recommended for applications generating condensable gaseous products. Easily removed for cleaning. Qty. 2

    List Price : 121.00 USD
  • Encapsulated Kit, Includes Indium and Zinc

    DSC Sample Calibration Kit

    The DSC Sample Calibration Kit includes a small calibration sample of Indium, a foil strip calibration sample of Zinc, an Aluminum Sample Pan Kit (02190041), and a 6 mm Calibration Disc (02510008).

    List Price : 99.00 USD
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    Flow-Through Cover Kit for Diamond DSC

    This flow-through cover is for use with the Diamond DSC. The flow-through cover provides a short path for volatile and/or decomposition products to exit directly through the top of the rotating cover.
    List Price : 1868.00 USD
  • List Price : 5800.00 USD
  • N5361180

    Diamond DSC Sample Loading Tool

    Allows for easy insertion and removal of sample or reference pans or platinum lids.

    List Price : 40.00 USD
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  • Application Note

    Curing of an Optical Adhesive by UV Irradiation in the DSC 8000

    Optical adhesives are used in many industries such as semiconductors and chip manufacturing where solvents are undesirable. Power compensated instruments are the best choice for fast analysis of the curing profile and measurement of the energy of curing reactions as the design allows quick detection and response to changes in the optical material.

    This application note describes how Photo-DSC using power compensation technique is a powerful tool for studying and quantitatively characterizing optically curing materials.

  • Application Note

    Differential Scanning Calorimetry of Epoxy Curing Using DSC 6000

    A commonly studied sample by Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) is thermoset epoxy materials where the sample is heated to an elevated temperature, at which point it starts to cross-link. When studying these types of materials, multiple transitions are typically sought after. This application note shows why PerkinElmer® DSC 6000 is an excellent tool for measuring these thermal events, not only in the typical testing methods, but also thanks to the expanded StepScan (MT-DSC) capability of the instrument.

  • Application Note

    TG of Glycerine using a Stainless Steel Gauze Scaffold

    This application note demonstrates PerkinElmer® Material Pocket proposed as a mechanism to support non-rigid materials within the PerkinElmer DMA 8000. It enables powders, flakes, films, liquids and semi-solids to be investigated. In order to have confidence in this as a sample support mechanism, a bar sample of polystyrene and a grated powder in a Material Pocket were analyzed and compared.

  • Application Note

    Isothermal Crystallization Study for Quality Assurance

    Isothermal crystallization is a sensitive test and can be used to show the difference between various batches of material, which may show little difference under a conventional heating experiment. For polymer resin manufacture, it can be used for quality assurance purposes, the optimization of resin formula or the evaluation of a competitor’s resin. This application note demonstrates why PerkinElmer® DSC 8000 with power compensation is the ideal tool for isothermal crystallization experiment.

  • Application Note

    How to Optimize OIT Tests

    OIT is the abbreviation for oxidative induction time. It provides information about the oxidative stability of mainly polymer materials. This information is important because plastic parts age throughout their lifetime due to exposure to environmental elements such as heat, oxygen, light and radiation. Aging causes the degradation of the physical properties of the polymers and will lead to their failure. Antioxidants are often added during the plastics formulation to hinder the aging caused by oxygen and to increase their lifetime. Because the reaction between polymers and oxygen (O2) is exothermic, OIT determination using Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) is an ideal solution to study this process.

  • Application Note

    Improved HyperDSC Method to Determine Specific Heat Capacity of Nanocomposites and Probe for High-Temperature Devitrification

    Where ΔCp and ΔCp pure are the changes in specific heat at the glass transition temperature, Tg, for the composite, and for the unfilled polymer, respectively. This work suggests an alternative method for determining Cp that takes advantage of fast heating and cooling rates to obtain quantitative Cp in the upper temperature region without having to dwell in that high temperature region to establish an upper isothermal.

  • Article

    Un-Pea-lievable

    In this article with New Food, we discuss the global demand for new, innovative food products and how to overcome the challenges of providing novel food types utilizing pulse-based ingredients.

  • Application Note

    Curing Determination of EVA for Solar Panel Application

    This study shows that DSC can be used to study the curing degree of the EVA resin by measuring the residual curing enthalpy. The data show that the residual curing enthalpy can be correlated to the curing time in a linear way. The DSC test is quick and easy.

  • Application Note

    Thermal Analysis Applications in the Semiconductor Packaging Industry

    The assembly and packaging phase of semiconductor manufacturing requires failure analysis and quality control processes which are of critical importance to final product quality and performance. Analytical measurements like Thermal Analysis allows users to analyze the thermal behavior of epoxies used in packaging, provides insights into material selection like slight weight changes used to measure important mate¬rial parameters like outgassing properties and thermal stabil¬ity, measure dimensional changes in material when subject to a temperature program, and many more.

    Learn how Thermal Analyses applications can lead to great cost savings for semiconductor R&D and QA/QC.

  • Application Note

    Better Characterization of Polymer Blends Using StepScan DSC

    Polymer blends are widely utilized for a variety of applications as the particular thermo-physical properties of the individual components comprising the blend result in better overall properties. This is particularly the case of polymer blends used in the automotive industry where impact resistance, toughness, stiffness and paintability all become important issues. The blending of polymers yields a better overall product with the desired end use properties and characteristics. This application note demonstrates the use of the StepScan DSC technique using the high performance PerkinElmer® Pyris 1 DSC that yields enhanced characterization information on materials such as polymer blends.

  • Application Note

    Differential Scanning Calorimetry of Solar Battery Active Layer Material

    Organic solar cells (OSCs) are a new type of photovoltaic technology for converting solar energy into electrical energy. They have excellent characteristics such as wide material sources, light weight, simple preparation process, and flexibility. Polymer/fullerene solar cells using conjugated polymers as electron donors and fullerene and its derivatives as electron acceptors are currently important research topics. Through molecular design strategies, the basic properties of polymers and fullerenes and their derivatives are optimized. These properties include the absorption spectrum, molecular energy level and mobility of the two, and the degree of crystallinity. Among them, the crystallinity of the active layer material is also closely related to the energy conversion efficiency of the battery. Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) can directly measure the melting enthalpy of the active layer material and infer the level of crystallinity of the material. This allows the user to estimate energy conversion efficiency and therefore infer the best ratio of electron donor and electron donor in the active material.

    This application note discusses how PerkinElmer DSC 4000 differential scanning calorimeter is used to test the heat flow curve of active layer materials in an organic solar cell, and the calculation of enthalpy of melting based on the melting peak to determine the molecular alignment and compatibility of the material.

  • Application Note

    Detecting Weak Glass Transition (Tg) in Polymers by HyperDSC

    Many polymers are semi-crystalline material. The percentage of crystallinity depends on many factors including chemical structure, interaction between polymer chains and processing conditions. One typical example is High Density Polyethylene (HDPE), a highly crystalline engineering thermoplastic. Historically, the glass transition for a highly crystalline material like HDPE could not be determined by Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) since the step change in the heat flow signal as the material is heated through its glass transition cannot be observed at traditional scanning rates. In this study, an HDPE sample is used to demonstrate the increased sensitivity and ability to detect weak glass transitions with HyperDSC® using the PerkinElmer® DSC 8500.

  • Application Note

    Measurement of Tg of Polypropylene Using the Double-Furnace DSC

    One of the more commonly used thermoplastics is polypropylene because of its versatility. As with all thermoplastics, it is important to characterize the thermophysical properties of polypropylene, including melting temperature, percent crystallinity, crystallization when cooling from the melt, and the glass transition temperature, Tg. It is essential to analyze the thermophysical properties of the end product for quality assurance purposes. Thermal analysis provides an ideal means of characterizing the properties of polymers, including polypropylene. Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) is a particularly useful technique for the characterization of polypropylene. This application note demonstrates how the high performance DSC from PerkinElmer® can readily detect the Tg of polypropylene.

  • Guide

    Lithium Ion Battery Analysis Guide

    The Lithium-Ion battery market is growing rapidly - driven by increasing adoption of consumer electronics, growing R&D initiatives by organizations & battery manufacturers, an increase in demand for plug-in vehicles, and battery-operated material-handling equipment in industries. In addition, QA/QC methods for lithium ion battery producers are also becoming more stringent.

    A host of analyses are needed to improve the quality and safety of battery materials and end-product. Although there have been significant advances in Li-ion batteries, issues still exist, such as unintended discharge, maintaining the integrity of important qualities like energy density, stability, safety, and cost. Innovative analytical solutions are required to test individual battery components during their development and production. They are also necessary to understand the state of the materials inside the battery over its lifetime.

    The Li-ion battery guide covers analytical testing tools such as FT-IR, GC/MS, ICP-OES, Thermal Analysis, and hyphenation - critical to the Li-ion battery industry, as well as those industries that rely on battery quality, safety and technology advancements.

  • Application Note

    Measurement of Glass Transition Temperature (Tg) in Lyophilized Formulations

    In designed formulations for lyophilized drugs, it is important to know the collapse temperature of the cake. If the collapse temperature is exceeded, the cake will collapse and the batch will be ruined. The collapse temperature is often associated with the glass transition temperature (Tg) of the frozen material and measuring this transition is the best way to approximate it. It is also useful to know the amount of non-frozen water, which can be estimated as the enthalpy of melting (ΔH).

    Read the application note to learn how both of these necessary values can be obtained with the PerkinElmer DSC 8500.

  • Application Note

    High Resolution Characterization of Pharmaceutical Polymorphs Using Power Compensation DSC

    Many pharmaceutical materials exhibit polymorphism, and depending upon the given processing conditions, the crystalline form may exist in two or more states. The existence of these polymorphic crystalline states is important for many pharmaceutical materials, as they can have a major effect upon the uptake of the active drug into the bloodstream once ingested and the shelf life of the drug. Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), particularly power compensated DSC, has proven to be an extremely valuable technique for the characterization of polymorphism in pharmaceutical materials. This application note describes how the PerkinElmer DSC 8500 provides high sensitivity and unsurpassed resolution necessary to detect polymorphism exhibited by many pharmaceutical materials.

  • Application Note

    Pharmaceutical Compounds are Analyzed in Half the Time by Simultaneous TGA-DSC

    In the “Early Drug Discovery Phase” of pharmaceutical development when there is a minimum amount of synthesized drug candidate, quick thermal analysis using a small amount of sample is the norm. The sample amount could be less than 3 mg. Because of the rush to identify possible drug candidates, analytical answers must be given within the day. The STA 6000 with its sensitivity of 0.1 µg allows minimum sample material to obtain reproducible results in half the time.

  • Application Note

    Determination of Important Physical Parameters of PPE for Effective Quality Control

    Quality control of personal protective equipment (PPE) is an incredibly important aspect of the manufacturing process. A lack of quality control can lead to an increase in failures in the products and in turn a loss of revenue for the manufacturer. It is therefore important to have a means to test polymer materials quickly while also obtaining as much information as possible.

    Three Material Characterization techniques are examined in this paper: infrared spectroscopy (IR), differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and thermogravimetric analysis (TGA). Each of these can provide valuable insight into the physical and chemical properties of the material used to produce PPE, ensuring they can be used to produce products which comply with important ASTM international standards; ASTM D6319 – Nitrile Gloves, ASTM D3578 – Rubber Examination Gloves, ASTM D5250 – PVC Gloves and ASTM D6977 – Polychloroprene Gloves.

  • Application Note

    HyperDSC for High Throughput Formulation Development

    The concept of High-Throughput Design has gained more and more interest as a way to increase profitability and to decrease research costs. One technique that can increase the ability of a laboratory to evaluate formulations is HyperDSC™ or High Ramping Rate DSC. HyperDSC is the ability to quantitatively measure small samples at extreme heating and cooling rates, typically 100-500 °C/min.

  • Application Note

    Food Packaging Compendium

    Need to ensure quality, safety and reliability of food packaging? This compendium of Application Notes will provide you with R&D and QA/QC insights from plastic food trays, to bags, films and canned goods. The compendium provides research data and experimental results for; mechanical durability testing, analyzing multi-layer flexible laminates, studying extractables and leachables such as epoxyphenal-based coating, and other volatile organic compounds.

  • Application Note

    Characterization of Polymers using TGA Application Note

    Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) is one of the members of the family of thermal analysis techniques used to characterize a wide variety of materials. TGA provides complimentary and supplementary characterization information to the most commonly used thermal technique, Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC). PerkinElmer offers a variety of high performance TGA instruments encompassing a wide range of application needs and operational requirements. The extended capabilities of the PerkinElmer TGA, as a valuable tool for polymeric characterization and quality assurance are demonstrated by these applications.

  • Application Note

    Wax Appearance Temperature Detection by DSC

    Paraffins and wax occur naturally in crude oil. There is a potential for wax deposition at every step from oil production to refining. The wax deposits reduce the internal diameter of tubular transportation pipelines, restrict or block valves, and impede other production equipment. Severe wax deposition can lead to a complete stop in production; which can translate into millions of lost dollars in sales. The amount of wax contained in a crude oil sample varies, depending on the geographic source of the crude. In clear crudes the wax deposition gives the oil a cloudy appearance. This temperature is called the cloud point, or wax appearance temperature (WAT).

    DSC is a very important tool for the oil field industry that allow for the measurement of the Wax Appearance Temperature, which is used to predict and prevent the occurrence of wax deposition. This application note describes how the capabilities of PerkinElmer DSC 8000 with its ease of use, multi-sample capability, and powerful analysis software that make it an ideal measurement tool for WAT.

  • Application Note

    Characterization of Electronic Materials Using Thermal Analysis

    A valuable application of thermal analysis (TEA) is for the characterization of electronic materials and components, including printed circuit boards (PCB) and encapsulants. The key properties that TEA can help address are softening temperature or Tg, completeness of cure, degree of cure, rate of cure, compositional analysis, degradation temperatures for stability assessment, expansivities, coefficients of thermal expansion, modulus (stiffness) and damping properties. PerkinElmer offers a complete line of state-of-the-art thermal analysis instruments (DSC, TGA, TMA and DMA) for the analysis and characterization of the critical thermal, physical, degradation and mechanical properties of electronic materials. The results are highly useful for research and development as well as quality assurance applications.

  • Application Note

    Mechanical Properties of Films and Coatings

    Dynamic Mechanical Analysis (DMA) is a technique used to investigate the stiffness of materials as a function of temperature, humidity, dissolution media or frequency. A mechanical stress is applied to the sample and the resultant strain is measured by the instrument. These parameters are used to evaluate glass transitions, degree of crystallinity and stiffness behavior of the sample.

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