The TGA 2 (SF) offers seamless workflows which require only very few user actions in order to start a routine analysis.
Our TGA instruments use the world’s best micro and ultra-micro balances which deliver results of unsurpassed accuracy and precision.
Thanks to its modular design, the TGA 2 (SF) is the ideal instrument for manual or automated operation in workplaces where easy operation and high sample throughput are required.
|Temperature range||RT to 1100 °C|
|Heating rate||0.02 to 250 K/min|
|Crucible volume||Up to 100 µL|
|Dynamic weighing range||1/5 g (depending on balance model)|
|Balance resolution||0.1/1 µg (depending on balance model)|
|METTLER TOLEDO ultra-micro balance – rely on the market leader in balance technology|
|Robust, factory endurance-tested sample robot – operate efficiently and reliably around-the-clock|
|Start the experiment with just One Click™ – fast and simple routine operation|
|Built-in gas flow control – analyse samples in defined atmosphere|
|Modular concept protects your investment – fits to your current and future needs|
|Comprehensive services – professional support for your day-to-day work|
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