GC-MS-QP2010 Polymer tool

Shimadzu, together with Frontier Lab have provided a new tool for the analysis of polymer samples. It consists of Shimadzu's GC-MS-QP2010 quadrupole series and Frontier Lab's new Multi-Shot EGA/PY-3030D9S) vertical micro furnace pyrolyser. It is equipped with a low thermal mass ceramic heater featuring improved thermal stability and an extended temperature range, which enables the analysis of temperature-sensitive compounds as well as the cracking of highly temperature-stable polymers using high-temperature pyrolysis. A wide range of new accessories opens up possibilities for the analysis of polymers—a configuration is available for nearly every analytical challenge. Analysis and interpretation of complex pyrolysis data is made easier with the new version 3.1 of the F-Search software with a list of special libraries including pyrograms, thermograms, pyrolysates and additives as well as the possibility of building the users own libraries completing the software package.



Shimadzu Europa GmbH
Issue: 23-04
RSN: 105
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