The following equipment and facilities are listed under this category.
ARSENAL is a state-of-the-art airborne remote sensing technology for studying natural resources and environment. ARSENAL provides the most advanced measurements of physiological, chemical and spatial parameters required to study ecosystems, biodivers
The furnace is designed to heat ash samples up to a maximum temperature of 1600°C in a controlled atmosphere and visually record the fusion of the samples for analysis. It is designed for biomass and combined (biomass/mineral) fuels.
The TCAV-L typically provides the average temperature of the top 6 to 8 cm of soil for energy-balance in flux systems. It parallels four thermocouples together into one, 24-AWG wire. Each member of a thermocouple pair can then be buried at a differen
Testing the frost resistance of materials, as well as material resistance under different climatic conditions.
The BINDER KBF is the specialist for unconditionally reliable stability testing and precise maintenance of constant climate conditions. From programming to documentation, this constant climate chamber meets all critical requirements.
Differential scanning calorimetry is a thermal analysis method, in which the amount of energy absorbed or released by a sample when it is heated or cooled is measured, providing quantitative and qualitative data.
The Q-Sun is used to test the lightfastness of textile materials as well as many other materials. It is designed to meet ISO 105 B02, ISO 105 B04, and AATCC Test Method 16.
The ST-30Y is the latest Haas high-performance turning centre – designed to provide heavy cutting ability, extreme rigidity and high thermal stability. It has a maximum cutting capacity of 457 x 584 mm, with maximum swings of 806 mm over the front ap