Harrick's Temperature Controlled Gas Cell is ideal for examining gases and gaseous mixtures for static or flow environments by transmission spectroscopy. This cell features a beam conforming geometry, thereby minimizing volume and maximizing the interaction of the beam with the sample. This 316 stainless steel cell has a 10 cm pathlength and operates from ambient temperatures up to 240°C. This makes it adaptable for evolved gas analysis (EGA) in combination with thermogravimetric analysis for TGA-EGA-FTIR
The Temperature Controlled Gas Cell is equipped with a K-type thermocouple and low-voltage heaters, designed for optimium performance with the Harrick Temperature Controller.