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The majority of our vacuum shrouds attach via a double o-ring which allows for rotation of the sample with respect to the vacuum shroud. Most customers find this useful as it allows them to rotate the sample in a magnetic field or allow for glancing angles for optical experiments. Our systems can also interface with ISO flanges or CF flanges if desired. Please consult the factory for more details.

-OM
Optical Microscopy

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Ultra-low vibrations (3-5 nm)

Can achieve temperatures up to 450 K

Continuously adjustable sample height (1.5 mm to 7 mm) allows for a wide variety of sample sizes

Magnet poles and other features can be added to suit your application

Cryostat Model Type Power Cost
CS204*F-DMX-20-OM CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS210*F-GMX-20-OM CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
LT3-OM Flow A Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs

X-1AL
Economy

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Easy optical alignment

All purpose

Low cost

Lightweight

Up to four windows

Minimum temperature: 9K or 4K

Maximum temperature: 450K or 800K

Cryostat Model Type Power Cost
CS202*E-DMX-1AL CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS204*E-FMX-1AL CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs

X-1SS
High Performance

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Compact design

Best for electrical, magnetic, and optical experiments

Polished stainless steel vacuum shroud for clean (high vacuum) sample environment

Large optical access

Rotatable under vacuum for sample rotation

Cryogenic instrumentation: copper, coax, triax wiring

Cryostat Model Type Power Cost
CS202*I-DMX-1SS CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS204*I-FMX-1SS CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS210*I-GMX-1SS CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
LT3-WMX-1SS Flow A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs

X-2
X-Ray Diffraction

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Provides the tight rotational clearance needed when integrating with Huber goniometers and Bruker diffractometers

Shown here with beryllium domes on both the radiation shield and vacuum shroud

Available with options for 180° beryllium or Kapton windows

Cryostat Model Type Power Cost
CS202*I-DMX-2 CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS202*I-DMX-2C CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS202*I-DMX-2D CCR A Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
LT3G-WMX-2D Flow A Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs

X-3
Non-Optical

CS202AE-DMX-3
  

Excellent choice for most sample and device electrical testing

Maximized cooling performance

Customizable with cryogenic instrumentation

Ideal for experiments which require magnetic fields

Closed radiation shield and vacuum shroud

Large sample space

Cryostat Model Type Power Cost
CS202*E-DMX-3 CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS204*E-FMX-3 CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS210*E-GMX-3 CCR A Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
LT-3-110-WMX-3 Flow A Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs

X-4
Large Sample

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Designed for optical and electrical testing of large samples

Large optical access

Easily fit large samples (50mm and larger)

High vacuum and low background noise

All stainless steel construction and welded stainless steel instrumentation skirt

Fully customizable

Cryostat Model Type Power Cost
CS202*I-DMX-4 CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS204*I-FMX-4 CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs

X-5
Neutron Science

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Designed for neutron science

The 360° window is ideal for minimizing blind spots

Provides the axial symmetry required for manipulation of small and lightweight cryocoolers

High first stage cooling power ensures a fast cooldown and large net refrigeration on the second stage

Cryostat Model Type Power Cost
CS202*E-DMX-5 CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS204*E-FMX-5 CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS210*E-GMX-5 CCR A Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs

X-12
Narrow Gap

CS202AE-DMX-12
  

Ideal for magneto-optical experiments

Designed to be placed between the poles of a magnet

Fully customizable to fit your magnets

High performance stainless steel construction

Customizable with electrical feedthroughs for electrical experiments

Cryostat Model Type Power Cost
CS202*E-DMX-12 CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS204*E-FMX-12 CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
LT3-110-WMX-12 Flow A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs

X-15
EPR

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Designed for EPR, NMR, and ESR applications

Works with the Bruker, Jeol, and Varian microwave cavities

The quartz tube is attached by an o-ring which permits easy access to the sample holder

Welded stainless steel construction allows for vacuum levels of 10-7 Torr

Sample changes can be made while the system is cold

Cryostat Model Type Power Cost
CS202*I-DMX-15 CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs

X-16SS
High Performance

CS202_I-DMX-16SS
  

All of the benefits of the X-1SS, but with a longer sample space

Ideal for long samples and liquid samples

Well-suited for electrical, magnetic, and optical experiments

Attaches via a double o-ring which allows for rotation under vacuum

Welded instrumentation skirt allows for vacuum levels of 10-7 Torr

Cryostat Model Type Power Cost
CS202*I-DMX-16SS CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS204*I-FMX-16SS CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
LT3-WMX-16SS Flow A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs

X-20
Ultra-Low Vibration

CS202_E-DMX-20
        

Ideal for low vibration optical experiments

Vibrations < 3-5 nm

Helium exchange gas is used to decouple the cryocooler from the interface

Customizable for ultra-fast optical experiments and magneto-optical applications

Quick and easy sample access via pop-off shroud

High temperature stability

Cryostat Model Type Power Cost
CS202*F-DMX-20 CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS204*F-DMX-20 CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS210*F-GMX-20 CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs

X-20B
ULV for UHV

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Ultra low vibrations and ultra high vacuum

Vibration levels of 3-5 nm can be achieved while maintaining vacuum levels of 10-11 Torr

Cryocooler can be removed easily from interface without breaking vacuum

System can be baked out to 200 C

Cryostat Model Type Power Cost
CS202*F-DMX-20B CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS204*F-DMX-20B CCR A Relative Display of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs
CS210*F-GMX-20B CCR A Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 SnowflakesA Relative Display of Watts of Cooling Power increasing from 1-4 Snowflakes A Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar SignsA Relative Display of Initial Monitary Cost From 1-4 Dollar Signs