Setaram Launches Complete New Line at ACS
News Mar 07, 2008
Setaram Inc. announces the introduction of a complete new line of thermal analysis systems.
The NEW EVO line from Setaram is a combination of comprehensive engineering effort across all departments within Setaram. The stunning new design has been developed by one of Europe’s leading design houses, and allows the integration of different sensors, DSC, TGA, DTA, STA and MicroDSC.
The new CALISTO software has been written from the ground up, and promises to set a completely new standard in Thermal software. Features include the ability for peak deconvolution, and to treat and modify curves that have been placed within Word or PowerPoint for publication optimization. These two unique features, amongst others, mean that Calisto promises to be the most powerful, flexible and intuitive data treatment software in thermal analysis.
The line of instruments includes a whole host of technical innovations, including a new symmetrical TGA that delivers sensitivity and stability never seen on systems up to 1600 °C. Additionally a new 3D sensor has been developed specifically for Cp measurement giving precision of better than 2%, a big jump from the 10-15% typically offered up until now.
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