Dynamic Vapor Sorption is a valued tool in laboratories all over the world, within R&D, from polymorphism and compound stability studies to bulk and surface sorption effects of water and organic vapours. It is a vital part of quality control analysis techniques for both scale-up and production, and can even be found within the packaging area, measuring efficacy, permeability, and the effects of humidity and temperature on the samples within the packaging.
|Key benefits are:|
|Model||Advantage 1||Advantage 2|
|Sample Mass||1 g||5 g|
|Dynamic range||150 mg||1g|
|Minimum suggested sample mass||1 mg||20 mg|
|Sensitivity||0.1 μg||1.0 μg|
|Sample pre-heater temperature range||Up to 150 °C||Up to 150 °C|
|Temperature range||5–60 °C**||5–60 °C**|
|Humidity range||0–98% RH||0–98% RH|
|Relative Humidity (RH) accuracy (+/- σ)||+/- 0.5% RH||+/- 0.5% RH|
|Vapor concentration range||0-90% p/pº||0-90% p/pº|
|Vapor pressure accuracy (+/- σ)||+/- 0.7% p/pº||+/- 0.7% p/pº|
|Gas (N2) requirement||0–200 sccm||0–200 sccm|
**Extended (ET) temperature option 20–85 ºC.