Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC)

Thanks to its versatility and explanatory power, Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) is the most-employed Thermal Analysis method. NETZSCH DSC instruments work according to the heat flow principle and are characterized by a three-dimensional symmetrical construction with homogeneous heating. Sensors with high calorimetric sensitivity, short time constants and a condensation-free sample chamber in the calorimeter cell guarantee high detection sensitivity and stable, reproducible baselines over the entire life cycle of a calorimeter: ideal qualifications for successful application in research and academia, materials development and quality control.

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Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) Products

DSC 204 F1 Nevio

Precise and Reliable DSC Results for Pharmaceuticals, Foods and Cosmetics by means of the DSC 204 F1 Nevio, the premium differential scanning calorimeter for research and development, material characterization and contract testing.

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DSC 214 Nevio

Studying Phase Transformations of Pharmaceuticals, Foods and Cosmetics by means of the DSC 214 Nevio ‒ the fastest heat-flux DSC instrument on the market.

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DSC 214 Polyma

The New All-Inclusive Product Package for DSC Measurements

Easy-to-use, robust, precise, optimized for everyday use – these are the features of the innovative DSC 214 Polyma. The unique design of this instrument encompasses everything needed for successful DSC investigations – regardless of whether the user is a beginner or an experienced professional. Above all, it is the two new software developments that are setting new standards: AutoEvaluation and Identify. These have the potential to revolutionize DSC analysis.

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DSC 204 F1 Phoenix

The versatile Premium Differential Scanning Calorimeter, DSC 204 F1 Phoenix®, fascinates with its unique concept: all essential operational components are integrated into the instrument and optional add-ons can be installed anytime on site.

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Photo-DSC 204 F1 Phoenix

The main advantage of light-curing systems is their fast reaction time. Monomer solutions which are mostly free of solvents can be cured within only a few seconds and already at low temperatures. A combination of thermal and light curing reactions is often applied to dual cure adhesives or paints.

The NETZSCH Photo-DSC 204 F1 Phoenix®, Differential Photocalorimeter, works in the temperature range from -100°C to 200°C. The Differential Photocalorimetry instrument has a gas-tight measuring cell and the purge gas control is regulated by a mass flow controller (MFC).

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DSC 3500 Sirius

The cost-effective starter instrument for material characterization

The DSC 3500 Sirius unites state-of-the-art technology with high sensitivity in a robust, easy-to-operate measuring system across a temperature range from -170°C to 600°C. The most important characteristics of the DSC 3500 Sirius measuring cell are its silver furnace with long-life heating element and its monolithic DSC sensor featuring high stability and optimal resolution.


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DSC 204 HP Phoenix® – High-pressure DSC

Numerous physical processes and chemical reactions are influenced by the surrounding gas pressure. In practise it is therefore often necessary to conduct DSC measurements under an increased pressure.

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DSC 404 F3 Pegasus® – High-Temperature DSC

The DSC 404 F3 Pegasus®, High-Temperature Differential Scanning Calorimeter, is part of the economical NETZSCH F3-product line, which is specially tailored to the requirements of comparative material characterization and quality control.

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DSC 404 F1 Pegasus® – High-Temperature DSC

The DSC 404 F1 Pegasus®, High-Temperature Differential Scanning Calorimeter, is designed for the exact determination of specific heat of high-performance materials at high temperatures.

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