DSC Pyris 4000

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Differential scanning calorimetry or DSC is a thermoanalytical technique in which the difference in the amount of heat required to increase the temperature of a sample and reference is measured as a function of temperature
technical characteristics: 

Calorimetric Performance Dynamic range ±175 mW

Accuracy ±2%

Precision ±0.1%

Indium height/width (mW/ ̊C) 8

Indium melting peak height/width at half-height.

1 mg Indium, 10 ̊C/min, nitrogen purge. No math-

ematical treatment to the data or correction applied.


Indium melting time (sec)3.3

From the onset of the indium melting peak to the peak maximum


Digital resolution 0.02 μW


Temperature Performance

Range -100 ̊C to 450 ̊C

Accuracy ±0.1 ̊C

Precision ±0.02 ̊C

Data points/sec 10

Controlled heating rates 0.1 to 100 ̊C/min

Controlled cooling rates 0.1 to 100 ̊C/min

Cooling times – intracooler (100 ̊C to 0 ̊C) Under 4 minutes



  • Integrated mass flow controller for convenient gas control and switching
  • Fast 45-position autosampler option for reliable unattended operation
  • Portable cooling device (PCD) for cost-effective operation at low temperature
  • Efficient, easy-to-clean nickel chromium sample plate