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NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH, Germany

NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH is focused on the development of versatile, reliable and sensitive Thermoanalytical instruments for material research, development, quality control and failure analysis. Our broad application know-how is transferred to our customers by means of demonstration or contract testin more

Precisa Gravimetrics AG, Switzerland

Research, development, sale of electronic analytical-, precision-, industrial balances and other equipment such as moisture analyzers and ash determination devices more

PerkinElmer LAS (Germany) GmbH, Germany

Backed by an outstanding team of 9,000 employees and located in over 150 countries across the world, PerkinElmer is a global technology leader focused on making a difference to improve human and environmental health. Every day, we provide our customers with critical knowledge, expertise and innovat more

Products Thermogravimetry

The Vacuum-tight Thermo-Microbalance for Highest Demands

Robust, vertical design prevents condensation ✓ Active water cooling of the ceramic furnace up to 1100°C ensures up to 50% faster cooling times ✓0 to 2 g sample mass at a balance resolution of 0.1 µg – Unique on the market more

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    2009 and 2010 were years of restructuring, redistributing existing resources and increasing efficiency in the pharmacological industry.In 2011 many of the people in charge are looking to the future again with a visionary foresight – new, innovative technologies and new paths, other than the well trodden ones, move into the spotlight. A year of new starts and chances, also in the materials testing sector, has begun. more

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