Gas Sorption

Gas Sorption- This technique allows the study of gas sorption properties of materials. We can measure volumes and rates of gas sorption of different gases onto a variety of materials types at different conditions of temperature and pressure .Further characterisation of the sorption process can be achieved by using simultaneous calorimetry techniques.

Sigmameter

This instrument allows us to characterise a ferromagnetic material by measuring the specific saturation magnetisation (SSM) which is independent of structure and shape of the material. This measurement is performed by driving a sample in and out of a magnetic field and measuring the emf induced in a coil. The SSM is the ratio of the maximum magnetic moment to the sample mass. This technique is a unique solution to quality control for ferromagnetic compounds. Contact us now > Or call us now on 0161 442 9963 to speak to a Product Specialist. You can also visit the Setaram website…

The PCT Pro

The PCT Pro is a gas sorption instrument based on the Sieverts method. The sample in a holder of known volume and pressure is connected , via an isolation valve to a gas reservoir of known volume and pressure. When the valve is opened and new equilibrium is established and the gas sorption volume is measured by the pressure drop. Various gases ,up to pressures of 200 bar, can be studied such as CO2,CH4, C2H6, N2, NH3 and H2), and these can be absorbed onto powders, liquids, films etc. Types of measurement include temperature programmed sorption and de-sorption (-260°C to…