The 895 Professional PVC Thermomat determines the thermostability of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and other chlorine-containing polymers by means of the dehydrochlorination test (DHC).
This involves exposing the samples to elevated temperatures in the PVC Thermomat and measuring the stability time – the time until gaseous hydrogen chloride is released. The method is compliant with national and international standards, and it is particularly easy to perform, not least thanks to the modern, user-friendly StabNet software.
- Compliant with ISO 182 Part 3 standard
- User-friendly StabNet software for instrument control, results evaluation, and data management
- Simultaneous analysis of up to eight samples
- Color display on the instrument provides status overview of all measuring positions
- Each sample position can be started separately and directly on the instrument