The Flash DSC 2+ revolutionizes rapid-scanning DSC. The instrument can analyze reorganization processes that were previously impossible to measure. The Flash DSC 2+ is the ideal complement to conventional DSC. Heating and cooling rates now cover a range of more than 7 decades.
The ultra-high heating and cooling rates add a new dimension to the study of thermally induced physical transitions and chemical processes, for example, the crystallization and reorganization of polymers.
| Technique|| Fast Scanning Calorimeter|
Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC)
| Applications|| Glass Transition|
Heat Capacity (cp)
| Data Sampling||Max. 10000 data pts/sec|
| Temperature Range||-95 °C – 1,000 °C|
| Sensor Output||Heat Flow|
| Signal Time Constant||Approx. 0.2 ms (UFH 1), approx. 1 ms (USF 1)|
| Cooling Rate (min)||6 K – 2,400,000 K|
| Heating Rate (/min)||6 K – 3,000,000 K|
| Sensor Types||UFH 1 (high-temperature) or UFS 1 (standard)|
| Temperature Range||-95 °C - 1,000 °C|
| Material Number(s)||30424745|
|Ultra-high heating rates – suppress reorganization processes|
|Ultra-high cooling rates – allow the formation of materials with defined structural properties|
|High sensitivity – permits measurements at low heating rates that overlap with conventional DSC|
|Wide temperature range – perform measurements from –95 to 1000 °C|
|Simplicity of use – from easy sample preparation and sensor change, to convenient result evaluation|
|Oxygen-free conditions – protect your sample against oxidation|
|Fast response sensor – enables the kinetics of extremely fast reactions or crystallization processes to be studied|
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