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WEBINAR: Thermogravimetric Analysis, Simultaneous Thermal Analysis and Evolved Gas Analysis of organic and inorganic materials with the new LABSYS evo line Private content

LABSYS evo is a comprehensive line of thermal analyzers (TGA, STA or DTA/DSC) with two available temperature ranges, from room temperature up to 1150°C or to 1600°C. The presentation will detail more particularly the applications of:

  • LABSYS evo TGA 1150 : compositional analysis, moisture or solvent content, thermal ageing of organic materials like polymers, pharmaceuticals or petroleum by-products
  • LABSYS evo STA 1600 : study of the thermal behavior of materials that are exposed to extreme temperatures during their production, service, or recycling including inorganic materials like ceramics or metal

WEBINAR: SIGMAMETRY – MEASUREMENT OF RETAINED AUSTENITE IN STEEL Private content

Some steel based alloys, when quenched after being overheated, form a given quantity of residual or retained austenite. Being able to control the martensite/austenite ratio of the steel means controlling the quality of the material. Sigmametry is a measurement technique for QC of materials from production. It is based the ferromagnetic properties of martensite. It is commonly used by companies worldwide, as it is a very simple and quick method. We will review and compare different retained austenite measurement methods using sigmametry.

WEBINAR:Deformulation and Process Control via TGA-IR The Power of Hyphenation Private content

Failure analysis, process validation and competitive investigations often require a sample to be deformulated to identify components and to understand processing differences. TGA-IR provides tools for just this purpose. This webinar will describe the TGA-IR experiment and then focus on the infrared data analysis, using manual and highly automated tools, including the patented Thermo Scientific™ OMNIC™ Mercury TGA software.

WEBINAR:THERMAL ANALYSIS AND CALORIMETRY IN PROCESS SAFETY APPLICATIONS Private content

Differential Scanning Calorimetry is the ideal thermal stability screening, small-scale (mg) tool for laboratories involved in process safety and thermal hazards investigations. The flexibility of such a technique allows the investigations with different experimental conditions to predict the various situations that can occur during a decomposition and to simulate the different parameters that can affect such phenomena.