Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Inc. Datasheets for Calorimeters and Thermal Analyzers

Calorimeters and thermal analyzers contain a heat source that can deliver a heat flux, at a distinct temperature, into a sample, and a temperature-measuring device that can read the resultant change in temperature.
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Product Name Notes
Differential Scanning Calorimeters -- DSC-60 Plus
Differential Scanning Calorimeters with Auto-Cooling -- DSC-60A Plus
High-Performance Differential Scanning Calorimetry Measurements Robust heat-flux differential scanning calorimeters, the DSC-60 Plus series finds applications in research and development and quality control environments for characterization of polymers, pharmaceuticals, foods,...
Differential Thermal Analyzer -- DTA-50 High-Temperature Calorimetry Measurements Use the DTA-50 when calorimetry measurements above the DSC-60 Plus series temperature limit of 600°C are required, such as for characterizing glass or ceramics. The DTA-50 has...
Differential Scanning Calorimeter -- DTG-60
Differential Scanning Calorimeter -- DTG-60H
The DTG-60 Series features an integrated balance assembly, providing high sensitivity and excellent stability over a wide dynamic mass range. In addition, the built-in cooling fan and low-mass furnace allow...
Thermomechanical Analyzer -- TMA-60H
Thermomechanical Analyzers -- TMA-60
The TMA-60 Series offers two models: a full-expansion multi-functional system and a differential expansion system. Both incorporate a high-precision digital displacement sensor for dramatically improved measurement accuracy across a wide...
Thermogravimetric Analyzers -- TGA-50 These analyzers feature an advanced thermo-balance design for outstanding vibration resistance and stable, high-sensitivity measurements. With a weight readability of 0.1 µg, the TGA-50 series can quantify the smallest of...
Thermogravimetric Analyzers -- TGA-51 These analyzers feature an advanced thermo-balance design for outstanding vibration resistance and stable, high-sensitivity measurements. With a weight readability of 0.1 µg, the TGA-51 series can quantify the smallest of...