The DVS Intrinsic is the latest dynamic gravimetric water sorption analyser from Surface Measurement Systems. The Intrinsic was specifically designed to meet the needs of the small to mid-sized laboratories and plants. It combines ease of use with a low capital investment and maintenance burden.
The system incorporates the SMS UltrabalanceTM, and industry leading electronics. The user interface combined with the step-by-step software wizards yield high performance with minimal operator training. The unit’s small footprint makes optimal use of limited bench top space. Via DVS-IntrinsiLinkTM, one PC can operate up to 5 DVS Intrinsic units at the same time.
New ! DVS Adventure
The new DVS Adventure is a water vapor sorption analyzer that measures sorption and desorption isotherms over a broad range of humidities and temperatures. It offers unprecedented temperature stability and humidity performance. It provides valuable information about the interactions of a sample with water vapor that is critical for the development of new materials and processes. For example, in many industries water sorption properties of raw materials are considered as a key parameters in determining their storage, stability, processing and application performance.
New ! DVS Resolution
The new DVS Resolution is a Dual Vapor Gravimetric Sorption Analyzer. A key feature of DVS Resolution is the combined ability to precisely control and measure temperature and relative humidity while recording the highest resolution changes in mass. DVS Resolution uses a dry carrier gas typically nitrogen or compressed air for its operation. Digital mass flow controllers regulate flows of dry and saturated gases. Relative humidity is generated by precisely mixing dry and saturated gas flows in desired flow ratios which produce expected relative humidity.
In a typical experiment a known concentration of water vapor is delivered over a sample placed inside the sample pan connected to the Surface Measurement Systems Ultrabalance™ measuring realtime mass changes caused by sorption or desorption of water molecules. Prior to sorption measurements, the sample can be in-situ preheated/dried at temperatures of up to 300oC. Additionally, the sample chamber and water vapor generation are at thermal equilibrium in a single temperature enclosure allowing for operation over the entire temperature range (5-85 oC) without risk of condensation.
New ! DVS Endevor
5X Parallel Gravimetric Sorption Analyzer
A key feature of DVS Endeavour is the ability to precisely control and measure temperature and relative humidity while simultaneously recording the highest resolution changes in mass on up to 5 samples. Additionally Organic vapor partial pressures can now be directly measured using Surface Measurement Systems’ Ultrasonic sensor (patent pending). In a typical experiment a known concentration of water vapor or organic vapor is delivered over a sample placed inside the sample pan. The sample pan is connected to the Surface Measurement Systems Ultrabalance™ measuring real-time mass changes caused by sorption or desorption of water and/or organic molecules