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Ball Drop Impact Tester


1. Ultrapyc 5000 Micro Instrument for Density Measurement 


Technical specifications:
Instrument with three cells
Micro cell (4.5 cm³)-Accuracy: 0.10 % Repeatability: 0.05 %
Meso cell (1.8 cm³)-Accuracy: 0.30 % Repeatability: 0.15 %
Nano cell (0.25 cm³)-Accuracy: 1.00 %
Gas: Nitrogen and Helium
Repeatability: 0.50 %
Buit-in temperature control: 15 °C to 50 °C (Density will be measured in variable temperatures for fine powders, ionic liquids and solids)
Transducer accuracy Better than 0.1 %
Pressure reading resolution Digital pressure readout 0.0001 psi

 2. Ball Drop Impact Tester


The Ball Drop Impact Test BIT 132 is designed to determine the impact sensitivity of various types of energetic materials ranging from the most sensitive primary explosives to less-sensitive high explosives and pyrotechnic mixtures. It uses steel balls with diameters from 0.5 inch (8.35 grams) to 2 inches (534.7 grams) as the drop weights.

 3. BAM Friction Sensitivity Tester

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FSA 12 is a portable version of the BAM Friction Apparatus FSKM 10 which can be placed and operated on a standard laboratory working table or supplied working table with conductive surface. FSA 12 is used to determine the friction sensitivity of all types of energetic materials in accordance with BAM procedure. Due to the unique design of two interchangeable loading arms, the applicable load can vary from 0.1 N to 360 N (from 0.01 kg to 36 kg).

 4. EXPLO5 Thermochemical Computer Code


The EXPLO5 is a multipurpose tool able to predict the energetic properties of single compounds or mixtures, the explosibility of possibly dangerous substances, the performance indicators of ideal and non-ideal explosives and propellants and the pyrotechnic compositions on a basis of chemical formula, heat of formation, and density. The code includes a large database of reactants and products

 5. Bruker FT-IR Spectrometer


The FTIR spectrometer ALPHA II combines outstanding quality with a small footprint and sets a benchmark in terms of user convenience. The ALPHA II offers all the capabilities needed for efficient routine analysis. It is ideally suited for quality control tasks like incoming goods inspection or the testing of intermediate and final products. The identification of unkown samples as a common requirement in failure analysis, competition analysis, and forensics is extremly simple with the ALPHA II. The ALPHA II is further very suitable for quantitative analysis providing optimal measurement conditions for all types of samples.

 6. Differential Scanning Calorimeters & Thermogravimetric Analyzers (SDT-650)

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Differential Scanning Calorimeters (DSC) measure temperatures and heat flows associated with thermal transitions in a material. Common usage includes investigation, selection, comparison, and end-use performance evaluation of materials in research, quality control and production applications. Properties measured by DSC techniques include glass transitions, “cold” crystallization, phase changes, melting, crystallization, product stability, cure / cure kinetics, and oxidative stability. TGA models are designed to provide the highest level of performance and features. Built to maximize temperature control and minimize signal drift with superior atmosphere control to meet the most demanding applications. Whether maintaining an inert atmosphere, switching to an oxidative purge, or maintaining a high vacuum, the instrument is up to the task.


Technical specifications:

Temperature Range: Ambient to 1500 °C

Dynamic Temperature Precision: ±0.5 °C

Heating Rate (Linear): 0.1 to 100 °C/min

Calorimetric Accuracy/Precision: ±2% (based on metal standards)

Heat Capacity Accuracy: ±5%

Sample Weight Capacity: 200 mg

Weighing Accuracy: ±0.5%

Weighing Precision: ±0.1%

Weight Baseline Drift:  <50 µg to 1000 °C & <50µg 1000 to 1500 °C

Vacuum: 50 µTorr

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The UNICUBE is optimized for the analysis of: 

  • CHNS 

  • CHN 

  • CNS 

  • CN 

  • O* 


Technical specifications:

High-temperature combustion unit: 
Complete sample dige
stion at up to 1,200 °C. A jet injection of oxygen directly to the sample leads to the highest oxygen concentrations at the point of combustion, as well as low gas consumption. 100 % recovery is guaranteed even for samples, that are traditionally hard to combust.
Purge and trap chromatography: 
Separation of gaseous components via our TPD column. This column releases individual gases at different temperatures. The release of a gas is only initiated when the prior gas peak has reached baseline. This results in perfect peak separation without overlap, and automatic optimization of the analysis time.



  • Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD)

  • Infrared (IR) Detector* for sulfur and oxygen

  • Electrochemical Detector* for chlorine


Sample introduction 

  • Integrated 60*, 80*, 120, or 240* positions autosampler (for solids and liquids in capsules), reloadable during analysis

  • Integrated 2 ml vial, 50 positions liquid autosampler with rinse and waste vial*, reloadable during analysis


Maximum furnace temperature 

1,200 °C (whereby 1,800 °C is briefly reached at the combustion point when using tin foil)


The 6200 Automatic Isoperibol Oxygen Bomb Calorimeter is microprocessor controlled, which is widely used for both routine and occasional calorific tests. It is Parr’s most precise model. The traditional removable bomb and bucket design along with the water jacket of this calorimeter afford the user with complete control over the combustion process. This makes the 6200 Automatic Isoperibol Oxygen Bomb Calorimeter the ultimate choice for precise research and development and quality control work for measuring heats of combustion of solid or liquid fuels, waste materials, and other combustible samples.

Technical specifications:

  • Isoperibol calorimeter affords user manual control over system

  • Removable 1108P bomb and bucket

  • Semi-automatic system for charging the bomb with oxygen

  • LCD touchscreen display

  • High-precision electronic thermometer

  • 4 to 7 tests per hour; Operator time is approximately 6 minutes per test

  • 0.1% Precision Class Instrument

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