Overview of TEMP equipment financed by the Research Council of Norway (Installed equipment is listed below)
- Equipment Expected during 2023: Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy, Leaching Reactor, Combination of EI-MS and IMR-MS, Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS), Pushrod Dilatometer, Potentiostats with Boosters, Portable XRF, Portable Hydrogen Analyser, Filter Press, Centrifuge, Benchtop Energy Dispersive (ED) XRF, Induction Power Transformer, Gas and dust measurement units, Gas and powder injection unit
- Equipment Expected during 2024: Extended High Temperature and Pressure Leaching Reactor, Ion Exchange Unit, Advanced Glovebox, High Temperature Resistance Furnace, Porosity Measurement – Reduced Pressure Test, FT-IR Gasmet – Off-Gas Measurements, Closed Diamond Saw, See-Through Furnace, Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC), High Temperature Mixer
- Equipment Expected during 2025: Sample Preparation (crushing, milling, ultra millling, sieving), Counter-Current Leaching Reactor, Crystallisation Reactor with Characterisation Probes, Optical Dilatometer, Standard Glove Box
- Equipment Expected during 2026 and 2027: High Temperature Rotary Tube Furnace, Furnace Hood for Atmosphere Control, High Vacuum Line, Fluidized Bed Reactor
CombiSense - Combined EI and IMR mass spectrometers
The CombiSense is a combination of an Electron Impact (EI-MS) and an Ion-Molecule Reaction (IMR-MS) mass spectrometer in one analyzer unit and can be utilized for a broad range of applications.
HYCAL - Hydrogen in liquid aluminium
HYCAL is a portable analyser for the real-time measurement and control of dissolved hydrogen in liquid aluminium alloys.
LIBS for Liquid Aluminium Analysis – (Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy)
The LP-LIBS™ (Liquid Phase Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy), supplied by Icelandic company DTE, is used to analyse and determine liquid metal composition of aluminium melts.