MHTC 96 (high temperature calorimetry)

The highlights

Large-volume, High-Temperature DSC and (drop) calorimeter (ambient to 1600°C)

The requirements of different experiments are sometimes contradictory, e.g. low sample mass is needed for good transition detection, high sample mass for accurate determination of heat capacity; analysis may need constant or variable temperature; use of the crucible may be open or closed.
Two types of sensor have been developed to meet these different needs.
MHTC 96 hf-dsc for:
– Study of structural transformations in metals and alloys, minerals, oxides.
– Formulation of equilibrium diagrams.
– Study of material reactivity at high temperatures.
– Determination of heat capacity Cp according to the continuous or incremental method.
MHTC 96 drop for:
– In isotherm mode, used especially for drop calorimetry to determine the specific heat of very different materials, the heat of solution of metals in metal baths (alloy formation), oxides in oxide baths (complex oxide formation), calculation of thermal balances, etc.
– In programmed mode, it is the DSC mode for large samples. Applications are analogous to those of the DSC sensor.

Specifications
96 LineMHTC 96 hf-DSCMHTC 96 drop
Temperature range of measurement module(C°)amb/1400, amb/1600amb/1300, amb/1500
Volume of crucible (μl)300/4505000/5700
Max. sample size(mm)n/an/a
Resolution7μW8μW
RMS noise83 μW330 μW
Specific RMS noise 0,18μW/μl0,05μW/μl
Measurement rangen/an/a
Features

MHTC 96 hf-dsc
Two sensors are available, depending on the temperature range used:
– MHTC 96 hf-dsc ambient to 1400°C: S type thermocouple,
– MHTC 96 hf-dsc ambient to 1600°C: B type thermocouple.

MHTC 96 drop
Two sensors are available, depending on the temperature range used:
– MHTC 96 drop ambient to 1300°C: S type thermocouple,
– MHTC 96 drop ambient to 1500°C: B type thermocouple.

Documentation


Application notes

This is an extract of our documentation, please register to have access to all documentation