Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA): Determination of ash content in plastics

During ashing, also know als pyrolysis, the sample is heated in air to elevated temperatures effectively burning off all organic matter. It is typically used to determine the content of inorganic fillers or contamination. Pyrolysis is normally done at 570, 600°C or 900°C.
Make sure to include information on the aim of your measurement, your desired measurement conditions (pyrolysis temperature, ramp rate,...) and the chemical nature (e.g. PP, PE, PET, PA,... preferably with a safety datasheet) of your polymer with your order. Extra costs may apply depending on the complexity and duration of your requested conditions.
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