Gravimetric Sorption Analyser (GSA)

Gravimetric Sorption Analyser from UHV up to 1000 bar

Linseis offers a wide range of Gravimetric Sorption Analysers (GSA). Our integrated solution offers the ability to independently software control the pressure, temperature and gas dosing. We offer two different balance mechanisms, a mechanically connected taught band microbalance and a Magnetic Suspension Balance offering a unique hermetically sealed reactor for highly reactive gases. A large range of reactors from -196°C to 1800°C and ultra high vacuum to 350 bar are available. An optional TG-DSC Thermogravimetry – Differential Scanning Calorimetry measuring head allows the simultaneous determination of weight change and caloric reactions in one run.

Application areas:

  • Gas Sorption Analysis
  • Sorption Enthalpies (Simultaneous TG/DSC- sensor)
  • Density Determination
  • Gas Storage
  • Zeolites
  • Catalysts
  • In-situ Gas Analysis (FTIR, Raman, ELIF)
  • Kinetic Analysis
  • Corrosive Atmospheres - Magnetic Suspension Balance
  • Adsorption Isotherms (BET Surface Analysis)
  • TPD, TPO, TPR measurements (-196 to 1800°C)

Linseis offers three instruments:

GSA PT 10
GSA PT 100
GSA PT 1000

 


 

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