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August 2018 newsletter now online…

August 2018 NewsletterThe Elliot Scientific August newsletter is now available. In this issue an IPG laser, Lake Shore temperature sensors and Siskiyou IXF components are used in a breakthrough Los Alamos & University of New Mexico all optical cryocooler; microscopists can benefit from Elliot Scientific Optical Tweezers, the Mad City Labs RM21 platform, and microspectroscopy from CRAIC Technologies; plus ICEC27-ICMC 2018 in Oxford and more…

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CryoSpectra lowers the temperature with new K90 cryorefrigerator system

HP_Cryo_3_hcm0029873CryoSpectra deliver the simplest way to bring cryogenic temperatures into a vacuum chamber through their uniquely designed cryorefrigeration systems utilising gold-plated and polished cold heads of 38 or 50 mm diameter with CFF or KF flanges. Now available with base temperatures from 75 Kelvin , these high cooling capacity systems are easily the best way to cryogenically cool laser crystals.

The CryoSpectra K Series of low acoustic noise cryorefrigerators are especially designed for work in the lab. The closed-loop cooling system ensures maintenance-free operation, while the super-compact cold head guarantees an ultra-low vibration (0.5 nm peak to peak – see vibration data here) chilled surface for inside the vacuum chambers of high power laser systems.

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CryoSpectra brings compact cryogenic cooling to the UK

CryoSpectra is a class-leader in the production of superior very low vibration high-power cryorefrigerators that deliver 90 to 170 Kelvin temperatures into a vacuum chamber. High power laser crystal cooling, to guarantee Carrier Envelope Phase (CEP) stabilisation of femtosecond or shorter pulses, is just one application. Elliot Scientific is now distributing their product range throughout the UK and Ireland.

CryoSpectra_CatLogoSQ500Applications

  • Laser crystal cooling
  • High power laser amplifiers
  • CEP stabilised laser systems
  • Ti:Sapphire multi-millijoule, multi-kHz amplifier systems
  • Quantum Cascade Lasers
  • Cryopumping

With a high cooling capacity from a very small gold-plated cold head, CryoSpectra products are also ideal for use in a broad range of other demanding cryo-applications in industry and science – especially physics, chemistry and biotechnology, and the company can offer customised solutions too.

Features

  • High cooling capacity at cryogenic temperatures
  • Cool-down time 20 minutes
  • Compact cold head is vibration-free
  • Quiet and maintenance-free

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CryoLab: An elegant new solution for material characterisation measurements at low temperature

Introducing the CryoLab series from Kryoz Technologies – a fully integrated range of desktop cryocooler systems designed for rapid circuit or material characterisation measurements from ambient down to cryogenic temperatures in a fully automated manner. Doing measurements doesn’t require any experience or know-how on cryogenics, vacuum technology or thermodynamics from the user. CryoLab can be operated as a stand-alone or via the companion CryoVision software. All parameters can be seen at a glance, and switching between user-defined set-points and saved programs can be made. A smartphone app is also available.

Banner_CLSeebeckFeatures & Applications

  • Plug-and-play cooling platform
  • Fast, controlled temperature cycling
  • One system – various applications:
    • High Temperature Superconductors (HTS)
    • Thin Films
    • Thermoelectrics – The Seebeck Effect
    • Resistance & Hall coefficient measurements by the van der Pauw Method
    • Optical sensors
  • No cryogenic fluids involved
  • Turbopump option

For more information on these exciting new products from Kryoz Technologies, please contact us.


June 2015 Newsletter Out Now

June 2015 NewsletterThe Elliot Scientific June 2015 Newsletter: In this issue we welcome Kryoz Technologies and their Cryolab – an elegant cryocooling materials research system for the desktop, look forward to Vescent Technologies‘ forthcoming Simline ICE controllers for the AMOP community, reveal the latest in gold and silver SERS substrates from Ato ID, refine cryogenic temperature measurements with Lake Shores’ upgraded Model 372, make a last call for the Laser World of Photonics in Munich, plus the International Year of Light and more…

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Cooling and heating by ‘hi-TEC’ Peltier system from Electron Dynamics

HPE Heat Pump by Electron DynamicsThe Peltier effect can both heat and cool, so an Electron Dynamics‘ HPE pump from Elliot Scientific can offer a fully integrated thermo-electric temperature control system in a convenient package. The HPE comprises fan, heatsink, thermo-electric cooler and thermal block constructed as a complete heat pump assembly. When used in conjunction with one of our programmable ETCS temperature controllers, it can effect precise servo-controlled thermal stabilisation from -100 °C to +200 °C with a stability of 0.001 °C in varying ambient conditions.

Three models are available: 20 Watt Standard, 40 W Intermediate, and 80 W High Output. Please contact us for technical information and pricing.