Gravimetric Sorption Analyzer – Magnetic Suspension Balance GSA PT 100:
Linseis offers a wide range of Gravimetric Sorption Analyzers. Our integrated solution offers the ability to independently software control the pressure, temperature and gas dosing. The heart of the Linseis GSA PT 100 line is our unique Magnetic Suspension Balance offering a reactor for highly reactive gases which is decoupled from the weighing compartment. A large range of reactors from -196°C to 1800°C and ultra high vacuum to 350 bar are available. Optionally the reaction chamber can be connected to a gas and/or a vapor dosing system. A special water vapor generator 0-100% Humidity is also available. The system can be optionally equipped with a coupling device for EGA (Evolved Gas Analysis).
Dimensions like sorption, diffusion, surface tension and density can be measured easily. Furthermore chemical reaction e.g. corrosion, decomposition and combustion will be recorded and production processes can be simulated (coating, polymerisation, dehydration, etc.).
The main application field for the LINSEIS L76 Dilatometer series is the CTE measurement of ceramics, brick, tile, porcelain and building materials. Furthermore it is widely used for quality control purposes in ceramics and in metal industries.
Thanks to the fact we started to develop and build Dilatometers in the year 1955,this instrument is very reliable and covers a wide temperature range from RT up to 1000°C, 1400°C and 1600°C with user exchangeable furnaces. It consists of measurement systems made out of quartz glass (up to 1100°C) and Al2O3 (up to 1600°C). The sensor is a highest precision LVDT (linear variable differential transformer), which has an indefinite resolution. Together with the 32 Bit software package LINSEIS WIN-TA / WIN-DIL, the Dilatometer provides an excellent solution for standard quality control type CTE measurements.
The following physical properties can be measured:
CTE, Linear Thermal Expansion, Alpha Physical, Sintering Temperature, Phase Transformations, Softening Points, Decomposition Temperatures, Glass Transition Temperatures
Glass transition and softening point evaluation
Softening point detection with automatic software controlled system shut down
Display of relative/absolute shrinkage or expansion curves
Presentation and calculation of technical / physical expansion coefficient