Toshniwal Technologies - Bomb Calorimeters
Toshniwal Technologies Private Limited's Bomb Calorimeters are known throughout India for their superb quality and craftsmanship, easy to use software and their simplistic design. The Toshniwal Bomb Calorimeters are the most reliable, stable and accurate Bomb Calorimeters manufactured in India, offering readings at par with the top manufacturers in the world at a fraction of the cost.
Having a temperature accuracy of 0.001°C and a software which automatically calculates the maximum rise in temperature, Heat Capacity of the Bomb Calorimeter (Equivalent Value or Water Equivalent) and the Calorific Value of the samples are automatically calculated and the results are saved in a summary format. Purchasing the Toshniwal Bomb Calorimeter is the right choice.
Toshniwal Bomb Calorimeter Installation and Assembly Videos
Bomb Calorimeter Models
|Toshniwal Bomb Calorimeters|
|Specification||Model CC01/M3||Model CC01/M2A||Model CC01/M2|
|Standards:||BS 1016: Part 5:1967
|BS 1016: Part 5:1967
|BS 1016: Part 5:1967
|Experiment Duration:||10 - 15 min||10 - 15 min||10 - 15 min|
|Combustion Bomb Make:||SS 316||SS 316||SS 316|
|Jacket Type:||PUF Insulated SS Jacket||PUF Insulated SS Jacket||PUF Insulated SS Jacket|
|Temperature Indicator:||Microprocessor based Digital Temperature Indicator with Built-in Timer with Computer Interface & Software||Differential Digital Temperature Indicator with Built-in Timer with Computer Interface & Software||Differential Digital Temperature Indicator with Built-in Timer|
|Bomb Firing:||Automatic||Button Press||Button Press|
|Reports & Graphs:||Yes||Yes||N/A|
|Data Storage:||Through Computer||Through Computer||N/A|
Bomb Calorimeter Introduction
A bomb calorimeter is a type of constant-volume calorimeter used in measuring the heat of combustion of a particular reaction.
In the Bomb Calorimeter System, the whole bomb, pressurized with pure oxygen and containing a weighed mass of a sample, is submerged under a known volume of water in the Bomb Calorimeter Vessel. The bomb, with the known mass of the sample, and the oxygen, form a closed system - no gases escape during the reaction. The weighed sample put inside the steel container is then ignited. Energy is released by the combustion and heat from this crosses the stainless steel wall, thus raising the temperature of the steel bomb, its contents, and the surrounding Bomb Calorimeter Vessel filled with water. The temperature change in the water is then accurately measured. This reading, along with a bomb factor, is used to calculate the energy given out by the sample burn.
The Bomb Calorimeter consists of a small cup which contains the sample, the oxygen gas, the stainless steel bomb, water, a stirrer, a thermometer, insulating container (to prevent heat flow from the calorimeter to the surroundings) and an ignition circuit connected to the bomb. By using stainless steel for the bomb, the reaction will occur with no volume change observed.