Isothermal and temperature scanning calorimeter (ambient to 600°C)
The C600 high temperature Calvet calorimeter is based on the 3D Calvet sensor technology. An array of thermocouples totally surrounds the sample, and all the heat evolved is measured. No matter how small or large the thermal transformation, the system provides a complete picture of the event.
Absolute calibration: with a three-dimensional transducer the sensitivity of the C600 is independent of: The weight, form and nature (powder, fiber, liquid, etc.) of the sample Any contact between the sample and the transducer The type of crucible used The nature of the sweeping gas (inert, oxidizing, wet) and its flow rate.
Modes of operation Isothermal calorimeter: the heat measurement is performed at a constant temperature Scanning calorimeter: the heat measurement is performed during a temperature program
Ease of operation: dedicated market leading CALISTO software that is not only intuitive but powerful enough to perform every typical experiments and data treatment.
Ambient to 600 °C
Programmable temperature scanning rate (heating and cooling)
0.001 to 2 °C/min
Cells Standard, high pressure, gas flow, percolation
3.5 up to 8 mL
Up to 400 bar (5800 psi)
64/35.5/50.5 cm 25.2/14/20 in
230 VAC ±10% 50/60 Hz – 16A
C600 standard vessel – inconel 625 – High pressure
C600 calibration by Joule effect vessel – stainless steel
High pressure vessel up to 400 bar – 600°C with 2 introduction tubes (97/23 CE compliant) for C 600 Calorimeter
Vessel with 15 mm internal diameter for C 600 Calorimeter (normal pressure)
High pressure percolation vessel – packed bed reactor – (max. 100 bar) in Inconel 625 for C 600 Calorimeter (max. temperature: 500°C) including filter with grade 15.
The C600 calorimeter is meant to determine thermodynamic data of materials and/or reactions at high temperatures and / or at high pressures. It is designed for the determination of temperatures and heats of reaction or transition over the available temperature range (ambient up to 600°C), for investigations on thermal stability, gas-solid, gas-liquid reactions, reactions under pressure, etc.