Calorimeters

A calorimeter is a device used to measure the heat or energy produced during chemical reactions or other processes. The most common types are the differential scanning calorimeter, the isothermal microcalorimeter, the titration calorimeter, and the accelerated rate calorimeter. Applications include drug design in the pharmaceutical industry, quality control in the chemical industry, and metabolic rate examination in biological studies. Calorimeteres generally cost in the region of USD$15,000 to $40,000.

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Medical Devices
The new designed Coloromat 100 allows easy measurement of transmission, extinction and colour units at the recommended wavelengths in the range between 340 and 900 nm.
The 6051 is a general purpose colorimeter, equipped with easy-to-use conventional style controls, making it ideal for routine and educational use.
Systonic technology produces digital colorimeters that are sold in multiple variants. These products are mostly used in laboratories, clinics, and pharmacies for pointing the concentration of the constituents in medical formulations.
TAM III is the new generation, multi-channel, microcalorimetric system from TA Instruments. TAM offers maximum sensitivity, flexibility, and performance. It can be used with the most sensitive microcalorimeters and a wide variety of accessories to precisely control the experimental conditions.
The basic design of the Sherwood CHROMA Colorimeter has been stable for several years and they have an enviable world-wide reputation for rugged performance. For the 21st century Sherwood Scientific has reduced the range, updated its Photometers and added a software package unique in this class of instrument.
The Nano DSC differential scanning calorimeter is designed to measure the amount of heat absorbed or released by dilute in-solution bio-molecules as they are heated or cooled. Macromolecules such as proteins respond to heating or cooling by unfolding at a characteristic temperature.
The Biochrom WPA CO7500 colorimeter is a value for money instrument that has been designed for use in educational establishments such as schools and colleges. It is compact, lightweight and ergonomically designed to withstand student use! This makes it ideal for use in busy teaching laboratories.