DSC 5+

July 14, 2023
DSC+ Thermal Analysis System

METTLER TOLEDO is proud to announce the new DSC 5+, the new standard for differential scanning calorimetry. This exciting new DSC 5+ brings many new and revolutionary performance and automation upgrades to the METTLER TOLEDO DSC instrumentation, providing your laboratory with a superior performing and more productive DSC.

The DSC 5+, equipped with FlexMode™ functionality, is the first ever DSC capable of measuring in two different measurement modes. This allows users to run DSC measurements to be carried out in either power compensation mode or heat flux mode, therefore optimizing the measurement conditions for the application needs. The optimized measuring cell design is thermally isolated from the environment providing world-class enthalpy reproducibility and cp accuracy.

The new 3-axis sample robot enhances productivity, efficiency, and reproducibility. The innovative gas-purged crucible chamber stores up to 96 sample crucibles and 7 reference crucibles while protecting samples from any environmental influences. Two sample tray options handle crucible sizes ranging from 20 to 160 µL, making operation around the clock possible.

The DSC 5+ and STARe software both have a modular concept to ensure flexible functionality for your current and future needs. With features such as time-saving FlexCal™ adjustment, and autonomous result evaluation with the AIWizard™, the STARe software can be configured to create fully automated solutions. This makes it an ideal choice for all laboratories, from industrial development and academic research to production and quality assurance.

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