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New Laboratory Equipment at Norner

Norner expands its polymenr testing capability with new high temparature GPC (Gel Permeation Chromatography).

Norner states they have high focus on keeping laboratory equipment up to date and meet customer needs. 

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RECENT ANALYSIS UPGRADE

 

Gel permeation chromatography (GPC) is a type of size exclusion chromatography (SEC) used to analyse molar mass composition of polymers.

Norner has recently upgraded their capability for polymer analysis with a state of the art GPC-IR from Polymer Char.

  • GPC-IR gives the opportunity to analyze Molar Mass Composition and Concentration.
  • Short Chain Branching (SCB) can be analysed over the molar mass distribution, with the highly sensitive IR5 detector, also possible at low concentrations. The IR-5 detector have absorbance channel for CH2 and CH3.
  • The viscometer gives information about polymer intrinsic viscosity (IV) and Long Chain Branching factor (LCBf /1000TC).

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