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Measure, what is measurable, and make measurable that which is not.

Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) General Catalog

Make it measurable.
Measurement solutions from Anton Paar are developed and produced entirely in-house. From the first hint of an opportunity to the final touches before shipping, over 1000 people with diverse talents, skills and mindsets join forces to provide you with results of relevance. You can count on solutions realized with a passion for precision, a love of science, a shared enthusiasm in the entire chain of production, every step of the way.

And thats measurable.

Over 85 years of innovation Anton Paar produces and distributes high-precision measuring and analytical instrumentation for industry and research since 1922. In the fields of density and concentration measurement, rheometry and CO2 measurement, Anton Paar is a global market leader. Investing 20 % of its turnover into Research & Development, and closely cooperating with external scientific partners, Anton Paar continuously strives to find new solutions and to further improve existing ones to meet your present and future measurement needs.

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Density and Concentration Determination

Density Meter: DMA 500
DMA 500 is a convenient, compact laboratory density meter providing renowned DMA measurement quality at the push of a button. Operations with DMA 500 are safe against voltage fluctuations and power outages due to the instruments integrated rechargeable battery, which also enables flexible off-theline operation.

Accuracy, density: 0.001 g/cm3 Repeatability, s.d., density: 0.0002 g/cm3 Min. sample volume: approx. 1 mL Maximum off-the-line operation: 2 h (optionally 6 h)

Density Meters: DMA Generation M

Accuracy, density: 0.0001 g/cm (DMA 4100 M); 0.00005 g/cm (DMA 4500 M); 0.000005 g/cm (DMA 5000 M) Repeatability, s.d., density: 0.00005 g/cm (DMA 4100 M), 0.00001 g/cm (DMA 4500 M); 0.000001 g/cm (DMA 5000 M) The DMA Generation M density meters measure the density and concentration of liquids. They provide preset measuring methods and integrated conversion tables for many applications. The FillingCheckTM function automatically detects filling errors and gas bubbles in the sample to avoid measuring errors.

Sample Changers: Xsample series

The Xsample series includes Xsample 122 and 452 for up to 96 samples, Xsample 352 H and 452 H with a heated magazine for filling highly viscous samples up to 80 C, Xsample 52 which is resistant to aggressive samples, and filling units for single samples. All Xsample sample changers provide simple Plug and Play operation. Sample viscosity: 15,000 mPa.s at 80 C (Xsample 352 H/452 H) 35,000 mPa.s (Xsample 352/452) 3,000 mPa.s (Xsample 22/122) 500 mPa.s (Xsample 52) Sample recovery available

Density, Sound Velocity and Concentration Determination

Accuracy: 0.001 g/cm3 Repeatability s. d.: 0.0005 g/cm3 Measuring range: 0 to 3 g/cm3 Minimum sample volume: 2 mL

Portable Density Meter: DMA 35

The DMA 35 portable density meter measures the density and concentration of samples on-site. For use in hazardous areas an Ex version is available. The housing of the DMA 35 Ex Petrol version is resistant to petrols and similar organic samples. Results are given as density and concentration, such as Brix, % v/v alcohol and API gravity.

External Measuring Cell: DMA HP/HPM

The external measuring cells DMA HP and DMA HPM measure density and specific gravity at high sample pressures and/or high temperatures. It is used on samples with a high viscosity and/or high melting point or softening range such as bitumen, pitch or concentrated polymer solutions. Measuring range: Temperature: -10 C to +200 C Pressure (DMA HP): 0 to 700 bar Pressure (DMA HPM): 0 to 1400 bar Accuracy, density: Up to 0.0001 g/cm3

Density and Sound Velocity Meter: DSA 5000 M

Accuracy, density: 0.000005 g/cm3 Accuracy, sound velocity: 0.5 m/s Accuracy, concentration: Typically 0.01 to 0.1 % Measuring time per sample: 1 to 4 minutes DSA 5000 M automatically determines the density and sound velocity of samples. This allows determination of the concentration of sulfuric acid and oleum in the concentration range from 0 to 114 % H2SO4, and determination of the concentration of three-component samples. It provides automatic viscosity correction of the results.

Beverage Analysis
Beverage Analysis: PBA-B and PBA-S/SI Generation M
Anton Paar provides beverage analysis systems for beer, soft drinks and soft drinks with sugar inversion. In a single work step the beverage is measured directly from the package, without sample preparation. Depending on customers requirements, it determines original extract, alcohol, extract, Brix, CO2 and optionally O2 content. The typical measuring time is 2 to 5 minutes.

Repeatability s.d.: CO2: 0.01 g/L (0.005 vol.) PBA-B: Alcohol: 0.01 %v/v Original extract: 0.03 Plato Extract: 0.01 %w/w PBA-S/SI: 0.01 Brix 0.02 Brix fresh/inverted 1 % degree of inversion

Beer Analyzing System: Alcolyzer Beer ME

Repeatability s.d.: Alcohol: 0.01 %v/v Original extract: 0.03 Plato Extract: 0.01 %w/w Typical measuring time: 4 minutes incl. filling Alcolyzer Beer ME determines the alcohol content, real, apparent and original extract, and calories of all types of beers, beer mixtures, ciders, and malt beverages. The patented NIR measuring method is approved by malt beverages. The patented, MEBAK-approved NIR measuring method eliminates the influence of other sample constituents on the alcohol measurement and therefore generates highly precise results.

Alcohol Analysis Systems: Alcolyzer Wine/Plus Spirits

Alcolyzer Wine measures the alcohol content of wine and sparkling wine using a patented NIR measuring method. Other sample constituents do not influence the alcohol analysis. Alcolyzer Plus Spirits determines alcohol (35-65 % vol), color and the pH value of alcoholic beverages. Both systems are optionally combined with a density meter to determine further parameters such as the total extract. Measuring range: Wine: 0 to 20 %v/v Spirits: 35 to 60 %v/v Accuracy: 0.1 %v/v alcohol Repeatability s.d.: 0.01 %v/v alcohol Typical measuring time: 1 minute

Beverage Analysis
Repeatability s. d.: 0.01 g/L (0.005 vol) CO2 Reproducibility s. d.: 0.05 g/L (0.025 vol) CO2 Measuring range: 0 to 12 g/L (0 to 6 vol) at 30 C 0 to 20 g/L (0 to 10 vol) < 15 C

Portable CO2 Meter: CarboQC

The CarboQC carbonation meter determines the true amount of dissolved carbon dioxide in beverages. The measurement is not influenced by other dissolved gases. When combined with the PFD Filling Device, sample is taken directly from the package and measured by CarboQC with no loss of CO2 during sample transfer.

CO2/O2 Measuring Module: CarboQC ME with Option O2

The CarboQC ME CO2/O2 measuring module determines the true amount of dissolved carbon dioxide and dissolved oxygen in soft drinks, beer and sparkling water. The CO2 measurement is performed based on the patented Multiple Volume Expansion method. The optional O2 measurement is carried out with an optochemical sensor. The measuring module can be used in Anton Paars Generation M analysis systems PBA-S, PBA-SI and PBA-B. Measuring range: CO2: 0 to 12 g/L (0 to 6 vol) at 30 C, 0 to 20 g/L (0 to 10 vol) < 15 C O2: 0 to 10 ppm O2 Repeatability s.d.: CO2: 0.01 g/L (0.005 vol) O2: 5 ppb Reproducibility s.d.: CO2: 0.05 g/L (0.025 vol) O2: 20 ppb

Soft Drink and Syrup Analysis: Soft Drink Analyzer M

Measuring range: 0 to 80 Brix 0 to 100% degree of inversion Repeatability: Actual Brix: 0.01 Brix Fresh inverted: 0.02 Brix Degree of inversion: 1 % Measuring time per sample: 5 minutes incl. filling The Soft Drink Analyzer M determines the fresh, actual and fully inverted sugar concentration and degree of inversion in soft drinks and syrup. Combined with the Xsample 122 sample changer, the system guarantees fast and accurate measurements.

Polarimetry and Sugar Analysis

Modular Circular Polarimeters: MCP 200/300/500
MCP 300/500 are automatic high-end polarimeters for analyzing optical active substances. Combining quality, robust design and modern data management, MCP 300/500 are the most efficient highprecision polarimeters on the market. Alternatively, the MCP 200 polarimeter series provides accurate measurements of the optical rotation of liquids at an economic price.

Measuring range: 89 OR Resolution: 0.001 to 0.0001 Accuracy: 0.005 (MCP 200) 0.003 (MCP 300) 0.002 (MCP 500) Temperature control: 15 C to 45 C (Peltier system)

Measuring range: 259 Z Resolution: 0.01 Z Accuracy, MCP 300/500 Sucromat: 0.01 Z Accuracy, MCP 200/250 Sucromat: 0.02 Z

Automatic Saccharimeters: MCP 200/250 & MCP 300/500 Sucromat

Anton Paars high-precision saccharimeters are used to analyze Z (International Sugar Scale) in the sugar industry. While MCP 200/300 measure at 589 nm, MCP 250/500 measure at two wavelengths, 589 nm and 880 nm, which enables the instruments to measure strongly colored filtrates that cannot be measured in the visible range.

Sugar Beet Analysis: Betalyser

The Betalyser is a computerized laboratory system for the quality control and analysis of sugar beet according to official ICUMSA methods. Sugar factories can use the Betalyser and a bonus system in their payment analysis to improve the quality of the delivered sugar beet und thus increase their economic turnover within a few years. Measures: Sugar content (polarization, Z) Potassium (K) Sodium (Na) a-amino nitrogen (a-N) Suitable for lead-clarified or aluminum-clarified samples

Range, RI: 1.30 nD to 1.72 nD Resolution, RI: 1 x 10-5 nD (Abbemat 300) 1 x 10-6 nD (Abbemat 500) Accuracy, RI: 1 x 10-4 nD (Abbemat 300) 2 x 10-5 nD (Abbemat 500)

Performance Line Refractometers: Abbemat 300/500

The refractometers of the Performance line are designed for routine analysis and quality control, ranging from checks on incoming raw materials to intermediate and final products. Industry-specific scale sets can be selected. Their sturdy design and straightforward operation make the Abbemat 300/500 true laboratory workhorses.

Performance Plus Line Refractometers: Abbemat 350/550

The refractometers of the Performance Plus line are designed for research and development as well as demanding quality control applications. Abbemat 350/550 provide the same accuracies and features as the Performance line refractometers, with extra features such as touchscreen navigation, predefined/customized method and scale selection as well as interfaces for LIMS communication. Range, RI: 1.30 nD to 1.72 nD Resolution, RI: 1 x 10-5 nD (Abbemat 350) 1 x 10-6 nD (Abbemat 550) Accuracy, RI: 1 x 10-4 nD (Abbemat 350) 2 x 10-5 nD (Abbemat 550)

Range, RI: 1.30 nD to 1.72 nD (Abbemat WR/HT/MW) 1.32 nD to 1.56 nD (Abbemat HP) Resolution, RI: 1 x 10-6 nD Accuracy, RI: 2 x 10-5 nD (Abbemat HP) 4 x 10-5 nD (Abbemat WR/HT/MW)

Heavy Duty Line Refractometers: Abbemat HP/WR/MW/HT

The refractometers of the Heavy Duty line are designed for work in harsh environments and for special applications, featuring a hermetically sealed stainless steel casing and no display. The Heavy Duty line refractometers, which are optionally combined with Anton Paars DMA density meters and MCP polarimeters, can be operated in horizontal and vertical mode to suit different operational requirements.

Multiple Parameter Analysis
As an alternative to using a number of single instruments, Anton Paar now provides complete systems for measuring a series of parameters in one cycle. Each modular system is configured to measure the parameters required.

Parameters include: pH, color, optical rotation, sound velocity, density, refractive index, degree of fermentation, CO2, O2, alcohol content, extract, apparent extract, turbidity, Brix, Purity, and many more.

Example: Pharmaceutical Industry

Measured parameters: Density, sound velocity, concentration, optical rotation, pH, color, refractive index. The following instruments can be used in stand-alone mode or in combination to monitor the quality of pharmaceutical products throughout the supply chain: DMA density meter, DSA 5000 M density and sound velocity meter, RXA and Abbemat refractometers, MCP polarimeters, color module and pH module. This space-saving instrument combination including an Anton Paar sample changer is called Modulyzer. The entire system is controlled and managed through a powerful, easy-to-use PC software package with LIMS and data export interfaces.

Example: Brewing Industry

PBA-B Generation M combines an Alcolyzer Beer ME, a density meter (DMA 5000 M or DMA 4500 M), the CarboQC ME, and the PFD filling device. A measuring cycle takes 4 minutes, with no sample preparation required. The sample is measured directly from the package in a closed system, without loss of CO2 or alcohol. Measured parameters: Alcohol, extract, original extract, CO2, apparent extract, degree of fermentation, calories, color and pH value.

Viscosity range: 0.3 to 2,500 mPa.s Repeatability: < 0.1 % Reproducibility: < 0.5 % Temperature range: +5 C to 135 C

Dynamic Viscosity: AMVn Automated Microviscometer

AMVn determines the relative, kinematic or dynamic viscosity of transparent and opaque liquids. It can also calculate the dilute solution viscosity, intrinsic viscosity, relative viscosity and other properties of polymer solutions. Measurement is possible with as little as 150 L sample volume.

Kinematic Viscosity: SVM 3000 Stabinger Viscometer

The SVM 3000 Stabinger Viscometer measures the dynamic viscosity and density of oils and fuels according to ASTM D7042. From this result, the viscometer automatically calculates the kinematic viscosity and delivers measurement results which are equivalent to ISO 3104 or ASTM D445. Range: 0.2 to 20,000 mPa.s -56 C to 105 C Reproducibility: 0.35 % Repeatability: 0.1 % Minimum sample volume: 2.5 mL

Sample Changers: Xsample Series

Required sample volume: 5 mL Volume of sample vials: 12 mL Minimum solvent consumption: 2.5 mL Max. filling viscosity: 1000 mPa.s (Xpress: 5000 mPa.s) Xsample 360/361 is designed for single vials, Xsample 460/461 can process up to 96 samples in one cycle. Xsample 361 and 461 Xpress use pressure filling to fill high-viscosity samples fast. The heated sample changers Xsample 360H and 460H fill and measure samples with melting points up to 80 C.

Modular Compact Rheometers: MCR Series
The MCR Modular Compact Rheometer series provides any type or combination of rheological tests, whether in rotational or oscillatory mode, based on the airbearing-supported synchronous EC motor technology. The rheometers are easily equipped with an extensive range of temperature devices and accessories.

Speed range: 10-7 1/min to 3000 1/min Torque range: 0.01 mNm to 300 mNm Frequency range: 10-5 Hz to 100 Hz Normal force range: 0.01 N to 50 N

MCR Temperature Devices

Liquid temperature devices: -30 C to 180 C Peltier temperature devices: -40 C to 200 C Electrical temperature devices: -130 C to 400 C Convection temperature devices: -150 C to 1000 C Furnace rheometer system: up to 1600 C Temperature devices for MCR rheometers are available based on liquid-, Peltier-, electrical- and convection temperature control principles, covering diverse heating and cooling requirements in an overall range from -150 C to 1000 C. All devices are easily integrated or exchanged and are touch-proof up to highest temperatures.

MCR Accessories
A wide range of application-specific accessories is available for easy integration into MCR rheometers, enabling additional parameter setting, optical and dielectric sample structure analysis combined with rheology as well as the transfer of MCR rheometers capabilities into other material characterization applications. Example applications: Magnetorheology Electrorheology Rheo-SALS/SAXS/SANS Particle Image Velocimetry Dielectric Spectroscopy Extensional Rheology Interfacial Rheology Tribology

Speed range: 0.01 1/min to 1500 1/min Torque range: 0.25 mNm to 75 mNm Viscosity range: 1 mPas to 109 mPas Temperature range: -20 C to 180 C

QC Rheometer: RheolabQC
RheolabQC is a rotational quality control rheometer with a powerful, dynamic EC motor drive for fast and convenient viscosity measurement and routine rheological checks. The instrument is used for investigations into the flow and deformation behavior of emulsions, dispersions, coatings, gels and pastes. RheolabQC can be operated in controlled shear rate (CSR) and controlled shear stress (CSS) mode.

Automatic Sample Changer: ASC

The ASC Automatic Sample Changer for MCR rheometers and RheolabQC allows the fully automated measurement of up to 32 samples in one run including the cleaning of the measuring system. Single measurements as well as full rheological characterizations are carried out with laboratory quality and precision. - 16 or 32 positions - Air-bearing drives - Ball-bearing drives - Concentric cylinder systems - Disposable systems - Customized cleaning - LIMS/SAP interface

High-Throughput Rheometer: HTR 301

- MCR 301 rheometer - RheoPlus software - Joblist editor software - Robotic cell - 6-axial robotic arm - Bar code reader - LIMS/SAP interface HTR is the first fully automated rheometer available. It combines the advantages of high-throughput screening with the reliability of an MCR rheometer. The complete automation of the entire measuring procedure from sample loading right through to data evaluation allows for unattended rheological operations of up to 24 hours.

Process Instrumentation
Process Density Sensors and Evaluation Units
Anton Paars density sensors continuously monitor the product quality of liquids online during production. The temperature-compensated density or concentrations such as Brix, % Alcohol, % H2SO4 and API index are either calculated and displayed by an mPDS 5 evaluation unit or calculated by the sensor and provided as a 4-20 mA signal.

Sensors available: - with ATEX and FM approval - for low flow rates, high flow rates, inhomogenous samples, small sample volumes, high temperatures and corrosive liquids Repeatability up to: 1 x 10-5 g/cm3 0.01 %w/w (alcohol) 0.01 Plato (extract) 0.01 Brix (sugar)

Process Density and Sound Velocity Sensors

Example applications: - Alcohol, real extract and original extract in beer (Beer Monitor) - Saccharose solutions and partly inverted sugar - Formaldehyde/methanol/water - NaOH/NaCl in water The DSRn 427 and DSRn 427S density and concentration sensors combine the measurement of density and sound velocity in one compact instrument. The mPDS evaluaton unit determines density, sound velocity and temperature and uses these values to calculate the concentration of three-component liquids.

Process Sound Velocity Sensors

Anton Paars sound velocity sensors are used for inline concentration measurements, phase separation or product identification. Depending on the sensor, the concentration is either calculated and displayed by an mPDS evaluation unit or calculated by the sensor and provided as a 4-20mA signal. Sensors are available for aggressive and corrosive liquids and for low flow rates. Example applications: - Concentration measurement of e.g. acids, bases, solvents, worts, chemicals, coolants, foods, etc. - Inline measurement of liquid purity - Inline detection of liquid interfaces

Process Instrumentation
Measuring range: 1 mPa.s to 50.000 mPa.s Typical accuracy: 1% Typical repeatability: 0.5 % Sample temperature range: -5 C to +200 C

Inline Viscometer: L-Vis 510

L-Vis 510 is an inline viscometer which is immersed directly in the production liquid. It continuously displays the viscosity and temperature of lubricants, starch adhesives, suspensions and many more process liquids, allowing 24-hour production monitoring.

Inline CO2 Sensor: Carbo 510

Carbo 510 is an inline CO2 sensor which continuously monitors the CO2 content of beverages. It has a hygienic design, constructed according to EHEDG guidelines. The display can be positioned up to 250 meters from the installed sensor. Measuring range: 0 to 20 g/L (0 to 10 vol) Reproducibility s.d.: 0.05 g/L (0.025 vol) Repeatability s.d.: 0.01 g/L (0.005 vol) Measuring time: 15 seconds

Online/Inline Beverage Analyzer: Cobrix 5

Accuracy: 0.02 Brix (range: 0 to 80 Brix) 0.002 Brix (range: 0 to 2 Brix) (<1 % Diet) 0.025 Vol (0.05 g/L) CO2 0.04 %v/v alcohol (range: 0 to 20 % alcohol) Cobrix 5 is used in beer, wine and soft drink production, also for soft drinks with sugar inversion. It measures Brix, % Diet, CO2, alcohol, original extract, real extract, apparent extract, degree of fermentation and other optional parameters. It is constructed to EHEDG guidelines. A bypass version is also available.

Microwave Synthesis
Monomode Synthesis Reactor: Monowave 300
Monowave 300 is a high-performance monomode microwave reactor specially designed for small-scale microwave synthesis applications in R&D laboratories. The optional combination of Monowave 300 with the MAS 24 Autosampler allows for unattended sequential processing of 24 experiments.

Max. filling volume: 6 mL for 10 mL vial 20 mL for 30 mL vial Max. IR temperature: 300 C Max. fiber-optic temperature: 300 C Max. operating pressure: 30 bar

Multimode Synthesis Reactor: Synthos 3000

Number of vessels: Up to 192 (depending on rotor) Max. operating temperature: 300 C Max. operating pressure: 80 bar Microwave output power: 1400 W Synthos 3000 is a high-performance multimode microwave reactor for the parallel synthesis of valuable compounds from reaction screening to the multigram scale. With a wide variety of rotor options, Synthos 3000 is an effective tool for industrial R&D as well as process development and basic research in academic laboratories.

Multimode Synthesis Reactor: Masterwave BTR

The Masterwave BTR benchtop reactor is the first instrument to transfer microwave synthesis to the kilolab, enabling the processing of kilogram amounts per day. With its rising-sensor temperature measurement, Masterwave BTR features the temperature accuracy required for direct method transfer from any smaller microwave device. Reaction volume: 250 mL to 750 mL Max. operating temperature: 250 C Max. operating pressure: 30 bar Microwave output power: 1700 W

Microwave Sample Preparation

Number of vessels: 8, 16, 48 (depending on rotor) Max. operating temperature: 300 C Max. operating pressure: 80 bar Microwave output power: 1400 W

Microwave Digestion System: Multiwave 3000

Multiwave 3000 is a modular microwave digestion system designed to considerably reduce the workload between sample collection and spectrometric analysis. It is easy and safe to operate and provides a range of reaction vessels, rotors and accessories for individual sample preparation requirements.

Multiwave 3000 Digestion Rotors

Multiwave 3000 digestion rotors with up to 48 vessels eliminate potential bottlenecks in sample preparation and are swiftly and easily operated without compromising on safety. The highest decomposition quality is achieved with the 8-position rotor, which meets pressure and temperature requirements up to 300 C and 80 bar. Max. operating parameters: Rotor 48MF50: 200 C, 20 bar Rotor 16HF100: 240 C, 40 bar Rotor 8SFX100: 260 C, 60 bar Rotor 8SXQ80: 300 C, 80 bar

Multiwave 3000 Accessories

Example applications: Acid digestion and leaching Solvent extraction Oxygen combustion UV digestion Protein hydrolysis Evaporation and drying A broad range of application-specific rotors and accessories extend the capabilities of the modular Multiwave 3000 platform: From solvent extraction with drastically reduced shortened reaction times to microwave-assisted UV digestion, microwave-induced oxygen combustion and acid hydrolysis of proteins.

Surface Characterization
Electrokinetic Analyzer: SurPASS
The SurPASS electrokinetic analyzer is used in surface analysis to investigate the zeta potential of macroscopic solids based on a streaming potential and streaming current measurement. It provides information on surface charge and related properties and detects the smallest changes in the surface properties.

Streaming potential range: -2000 to 2000 mV Streaming current range: -200 to 200 A Pressure range: -1000 to 1000 mbar Sample size: Planar solids: 55 x 25 mm Powders: >25 m

For Fibers and Powders: SurPASS + Cylindrical Cell

Samples: For powders (min. particle size 25 m) and fibers The Cylindrical Cell is mainly used for the investigation of natural or technical fibers and fabrics, granular samples and coarse particles.

For Small Samples: SurPASS + Adjustable Gap Cell

Using an Adjustable Gap Cell with SurPASS allows the zeta potential to be determined on small samples with a rectangular or disk shape. Samples as small as 20 mm x 10 mm can be measured. It is also used for investigating porous materials or materials which swell strongly. Sample dimensions: 20 mm x 10 mm, thickness < 2 mm, disks with 14 mm diameter

X-ray Structure Analysis

Samples: Liquids, solids, powders, foils, fibers, pastes Particle size, volume: up to 75 nm, 50 L Temperature range: -150 C to 300 C

Nanostructure Analysis: SAXSess mc2

SAXSess mc uses small-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) to investigate nanostructures, e.g. in proteins, foods, pharmaceuticals, polymers, nanoparticles and catalysts. It allows high-throughput screening of liquids and solids and provides multidirectional positioning for sample mapping and automated experiments.

Temperature-controlled Sample Holder Units for SAXSess mc

The TCS sample holders for SAXSess mc2 permit the measurement of almost any kind of sample, including liquids, dispersions, powders, solids, gels, pastes, foils and films. Sample temperature is controlled between -150 C to 300 C. Standard sample holders and a range of special sample holders are available. Special sample holders Paste Cell: for highly viscous samples -Cell: which allows sample recovery RotorCell: for sample spinning Flow Cell: for automation & reaction monitoring

Tool for SWAXS Studies: VarioStage for SAXSess mc

X-Y translation stage: For up to 16 samples X-rotation stage: Unlimited tilting angle: 0 - 360 Z-rotation stage: Unlimited rotation angle: 0 - 360 The VarioStage is a multi-purpose sample stage which has been developed for small- and wide-angle X-ray scattering studies with the SAXSess mc. It allows screening of solids, multi-directional sample positioning of oriented and thinfilm samples as well as automated measurements of multiple solid samples.

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