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Home > Press > Iranian Company Produces, Supplies BET-TPR-TPD Device

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An Iranian company succeeded in manufacturing a device for identifying the specific area and properties of nanostructured materials (BET-TPR-TPD) by using thermal programming.

Iranian Company Produces, Supplies BET-TPR-TPD Device

Tehran, Iran | Posted on October 30th, 2011

The device, manufactured and mass-produced by Tose'eh Hesgar Sazan Asia Company with the support of Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council, is among the tools and equipment needed for research and development of advanced materials.

This device is one of the most commonly used ones for the determination of nanostructured materials properties such as metallic nanoparticles, metallic oxides, sulphurous oxides, nanotubes, and other nanostructures. The most important characteristics of the materials which can be measured by this device are BET surface, distribution and density of the active sites, adsorptive properties of nanoparticles, reduction temperature of metallic nano oxides, and reaction parameters such as activation energy.

One of the unique features of this device in comparison with the similar samples is its ability to be connected to other detectors, which provides the use of complementary and precise spectroscopic methods.

This device is able to measure the specific area of materials from a few square meters per gram to more than 1,000 square meters per gram. Another feature of this device is the measurement of the amount of adsorption and release of compounds and gases. This feature plays an important role in catalysts and adsorbents.

There are just a few countries which are capable of producing the device, and they, thus, charge high prices. But the Iranian version is sold at a price 60% cheaper than its foreign rivals.

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