The CryoLab is designed to perform rapid material or circuit characterisation measurements from room temperature down to cryogenics in a fully automated manner. Doing measurements doesn’t require any experience or know-how on cryogenics, vacuum technology or thermodynamics from the user.
The CryoLab 'plug-&-play' desktop system can be used to perform measurements for various applications including:
In accelerator physics, beamline refers to the particle trajectory along a specific path of an accelerator facility. Beamlines usually end in experimental stations that utilize particle beams or synchrotron light, or neutrons from a spallation source or research reactor. If you need to cool a sample within the beamline, it can get complicated. Since in practice there often are no off-the-shelf cryogenic solutions for beamlines, in partnership with a Kryoz Technologies Holland, we use a product development work-flow that has proven to be reliable and results in a very high chance of success. In summary this means that the development is divided in small sub-projects, where the client has the possibility to define go-no-go milestones after every sub-project or even work package. This way all the steps from basic idea to fully functional product can be controlled in great detail.
A typical custom product development includes, but is not restricted to, the following steps: