Project Description

TG-MS BALANCED FLOW INTERFACE

The balanced flow interface couples a TGA with the MS instrument.

The evolved gases generated from the sample analyzed in the furnace are transferred through the interface into the MS. A single valve is installed next to the MS to help analysis, avoiding cold sposts and carry over, catching directly what comes off in the initial weight loss. This is a fast real-time analysis with the highest sensitivity, capable to easily identify molecules with lower mass and very low levels of impurities and materials with no overlapping peaks.

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PRODUCT DETAILS

  • Transfer line with easily replaceable Silcosteel inner-liner which can be heated up to 350°C.
  • Injection block installed next to the MS and heatable up to 350°C.
  • TGA Adapter or cutomized adapter for your specific needs.
  • Electronic controller to manage temperature and flow, with Mass Flow controller EGA system for evolved gas aspiration, filtration and thermal stabilization (maximum flow rate 200 ml/min).

ADVANTAGES

  • Stable high temperature on the TL and MS valve
  • Self-supported TL for more reliable results
  • TL with replaceable inner liner
  • Handy and safe TL outside tube
  • Real-time and fast analysis
  • Quantitative and qualitative output analysis
  • Widely applicable in multiple industries
  • No cold spots and carry over with our valves configurations

TG-MS time base monitoring: the sample is instroduced in the injection block only during the TGA analysis run (EI source isolation from environmental oxygen). Great capability to select a broad range of specific ions and recognize them thanks to a wide range library commercially available.

High Temperature

Heated TL

MS Valve

APPLICATION AREAS

RedShift TG-MS model coul be a powerful tool for your laboratory! It is ideally suited for applications like:

  • Quality control,
  • Study of polymers, plastics, rubbers and plasticisers,
  • Food & beverage composition and safety, pesticides presence,
  • Additives, contaminants and residual solvents in pharmaceuticals,
  • Safety and product development,
  • Reverse engineering and competitor’s product testing,
  • nanotubes, nanoparticles and nanotechnology research,
  • microplastic detection and more…