60 Years of NETZSCH-Gerätebau: The Thermobalance in Use at the Department of Polymer Materials at the University of Bayreuth

Learn, how the Department of Polymer Materials at the University of Bayreuth uses the thermobalance TG 209 F1 Libra® in conjunction with Kinetics Neo for the prediction of the aging behavior of plastics. 

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60 Jahre NETZSCH-Gerätebau: Die Thermowaage im Einsatz am Lehrstuhl Polymere Werkstoffe der Universität Bayreuth

Erfahren Sie, wie der Lehrstuhl Polymere Werkstoffe der Universität Bayreuth die Thermowaage TG 209 F1 Libra® in Verbindung mit der Software Kinetics Neo zur Vorhersage des Alterungsverhaltens von Kunststoffen nutzt. 

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Fight Against Corona: Antiviral Powder Coatings For Tweezers

The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the importance of antimicrobial surfaces in eliminating viruses and bacteria as early as possible, thus interrupting transmission paths. To protect customers and employees, NETZSCH now offers tweezers with antimicrobial coating.

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60 Jahre NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH: Die NETZSCH-Thermowaage

Die Thermogravimetrie war immer universal einsetzbar und machte deshalb auch vor keinem Material halt. NETZSCH kam von der Hochtemperatur-Applikation, wie Keramik, Glas, Metalle, wollte dann aber auch die Pharmazie, Medizintechnik, Biotechnologie, Lebensmittelindustrie und „last but not least“, die alles entscheidende Kunststoff-Branche abdecken. Damit war die Niedertemperaturwaage geboren.

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60 Years of NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH: The NETZSCH Thermobalance

Thermogravimetry could always be used universally and therefore did not exclude any material. Besides high temperature applications, NETZSCH also wanted to occur in other industries, including organic chemistry, pharmacy, medical technology, biotechnology, the food industry and, last but not least, the all-important plastics industry. So, the low-temperature thermobalance was born.

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60 Jahre NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH: Geburt & Historie der NETZSCH-Thermowaage

Die thermogravimetrische Analyse (TG/TGA) ist eine Methode der thermischen Analyse, die zur Messung von Massenänderungen in Abhängigkeit von der Temperatur oder Zeit eingesetzt wird. Unser langjähriger Vertriebsmitarbeiter Jürgen Zöller lässt die Entwicklungsgeschichte der TG für Sie erneut aufleben.

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60 Years of NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH: Birth & History of the NETZSCH Thermobalance

Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) is a method of thermal analysis employed for measuring mass changes as a function of temperature or time. Jürgen Zöller, our long-time sales representative, would like to take you back in time and walk you through the history of TGA development.

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Mouth-Nose-Protection Masks Under the Influence of Humidity

In our latest application note, the quantification of the moisture absorption for the mouth-nose protection is investigated as a function of the material used and following the recommended wearing time for half masks in accordance with German statutory accident insurance.

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Separating Overlapping Effects in Analytical Measurement Curves

One of the advanced features within the Proteus® software is the PeakSeparation function. It is used to separate super-imposed peaks in thermal analysis curves and accurately determine individual peak areas. Learn more watching our latest webinar.

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One Click AutoEvaluation for Dilatometer Signals (dL) Improved

AutoEvaluation is an intelligent software algorithm and part of the NETZSCH Proteus® software, which automatically and autonomously evaluates thermo-analytical measurement curves. It has already been introduced and successfully applied for Differential Scanning Calorimetry and Thermogravimetric Analysis and is also available for dL signals as generated by dilatometers (DIL) and thermomechanical analyzers (TMA). As an improvement, the mean CTE (Coefficient of Thermal Expansion) values are evaluated additionally before and after the glass transition.

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