6 Signs Your Lab Needs New Simultaneous Thermogravimetric Analyzer Technology

Working with the same instrument for a long time means you have a great workflow built around that reliable older TGA. 

But the comfort of that workflow might have your lab trapped in the dark ages. If you’re using a TGA instead of an STA, we’re talking to you.

In the last two years, labs like yours have taken on a more central role in the overall business. And it has a lot to do with instrument upgrades that weren’t available until recently. 

There are 6 signs your lab can look at and figure out if you’re unknowingly in that dark ages way of doing things. Read your free guide and learn about:

  • The compromises you might be making now (without knowing it).

  • Instrument benchmarks any lab manager can check.

  • Easy-to-address factors surrounding high staff turnover.

  • Ways to increase data collection by 20% or more.

  • Features to look for if/when your lab upgrades to an STA


Learn the 6 signs today

Learn how to increase data collection in your lab by 20% or more

See how other labs combine DSC and TGA analysis to increase data collection. Take a big bite out of your testing backlog and reduce stress for every operator in the lab.  

Get access to insights operators never had before

Thousands of labs around the world use STAs to gather real-time data on material transitions. Knowledge that impacts the way products are developed and quality control workflows play out. 

Read your free guide to find out if these insights are valuable for your business, and how to weigh them against other priorities in the lab.