BeamlineScience

Cutting-Edge Instrumentation Since 1988

90 K, 75 K Cryocoolers

 

CryoLab S & SP

Controlled, simple & fast cryogenic measurements

+41 (0)21 802 54 90

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:       

Seebeck measurements

Thin-film characterisation

Van der Pauw measurements

Seebeck 

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About The CryoLab

This video explains the CryoLab S & SP 90°K desktop cryocooling system.

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About the CryoLab MSG

A cryocooling system specifically designed to perform easy measurements at SQUIDs.

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About the CryoVision

CryoVision is software to control a CryoLab from a PC and is included with all systems.

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Cyogenic Solutions For Beamlines

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.

Beamline Cryogenics

 

A typical custom product development includes, but is not restricted to, the following steps:

  1. Technology match-making: investigate if your cryogenic cooling requirements are compatible with our technology offer.
  2. Simulation steps: all boundary conditions and requirements of the specific application are stated in our thermodynamic models to investigate if the requirements can be met.
  3. Proof-of-principle measurements, usually using available hardware and some custom made parts.
  4. Prototype development and testing: fully functional setup specifically for the OEM application. This setup is usually portable and can also be tested at client’s location.
  5. Prototype to commercial production transition.
  6. Commercial production of final OEM system.