Differential Thermal Melting Point Apparatus



Differential thermal melting point apparatus is mainly applicable to hot melting analysis of polymer, and the judgment of crystalline state of polymer according to heat absorption and release maps during the melting process.


DSC1 of Mettler-Toledo is an instrument with the highest calorimetric sensitivity(which is indicated by the data of Holland International Association  of Thermal Analysis in the same testing condition) in the commercial DSC instruments of the world currently. DSC1 adopts a unique DSC patent sensor (MultiSTARÔ DSC Sensor) formed by arranging 56 pairs (FRS5) or 120 pairs (HSS8) of gold/gold palladium thermocouples in a star manner, to guarantee incomparable sensitivity and flat baseline. DSC1 is extremely high in resolution, temperature precision and repeatability, has large signal-to-noise ratio, small signal time constant and strong peak separation capacity. As the base material of the sensor is ceramic, the material of thermocouple is gold/gold palladium, and an extremely thin aluminum oxide coating is covered on the surface, DSC1 has super high chemical resistance. As modular design is adopted, DSC1, as one of super series of thermal analysis products of Mettler-Toledo, is the optimum selection for manual or automatic operation, and is applicable to extensive fields from quality guarantee and production to technology research and development. DSC1 can further perform multi-frequency temperature modulation DSC (TOPEM) experiment. DSC1 can be expanded into a UV-DSC if combined with a light amount thermal device, and can be expanded into a DSC-microscope system (which is unique in the thermal analysis market) if combined with a microscope.

Temperature accuracy: +/-0.1

Rate of temperature rise: 0.02-300/min

Rate of temperature fall: 0.02-50/min