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NETZSCH Provides Easy Analysis of Polymers with DSC 200 F3 Maia®
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NETZSCH Provides Easy Analysis of Polymers with DSC 200 F3 Maia®

NETZSCH Provides Easy Analysis of Polymers with DSC 200 F3 Maia®
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NETZSCH Provides Easy Analysis of Polymers with DSC 200 F3 Maia®


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NETZSCH has developed the DSC 200 F3 Maia®, which combines the advantages of modern technology, high sensitivity and an easy-to-operate work horse. The temperature range extends from -170°C to 600°C. The main features of the DSC 200 F3 Maia® are the newly developed monolithic DSC sensor and a new silver furnace with long-life heating element.

According to NETZSCH, the heat flux sensor of the DSC 200 F3 Maia® combines high stability, resolution and fast response time. Laser-guided welding processes for the sensor disk and thermocouple wires yield high sensitivity.

For routine applications, the company offers the upgrade with an automatic sample changer (ASC) for up to 20 samples and reference materials, also in different crucible types.

The concept of the new DSC 200 F3Maia® is tailored to routine applications in quality control, failure analysis and process optimization, especially in polymer processing.
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