The initial timing (before firing) is made up of two components: Drift and Time. In addition, the time component can be sequenced to the drift. This allows for very precise initial timing suitable to your environment and operation. The accessibility of the firing conditions differs for the various systems. The default settings are selected by the factory for optimum performance.
The determination speed was improved due to better initial firing conditions and vessel material technology. A determination speed of 5 minutes from bomb insertion to bomb removal are standard cycle times.Learn More
The system timing depends on the timing of the CAL3K and the Air Cooler. The cooling cycle depends on the room temperature: A warmer room temperature results in longer cooling times.Learn More
The CAL3K box (the calorimeter) is always required as a minimum system. The following system options depend very much on your workload and the way samples are performed. Items like constant or burst workload influence the system options (and cost) largely.Learn More