The majority of our vacuum shrouds attach to the cryostat 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.
These cryostats are sometimes referred to as ‘helium-free.’ A more accurate term would be ‘liquid helium free,’ since they do use helium gas, in a closed loop. This efficient recycling of the helium gas means that typically you will only need to add helium once every few years.
X-2 X-RAY DIFFRACTION
Provides the tight rotational clearance needed when integrating with Huber goniometers and Bruker diffractometers
X-5 NEUTRON SCIENCE
Provides the axial symmetry required for manipulation of small and lightweight cryocoolers
X-12 NARROW GAP
Ideal for magneto-optical experiments
Easily place between the poles of a magnet
Designed for EPR, NMR, and ESR applications
Works with the Bruker, Jeol, and Varian microwave cavities
X-16SS HIGH PERFORMANCE
Ideal for long samples and liquid samples
Well-suited for electrical, magnetic, and optical experiments