Enabling quantum technologies, new materials and device development for applications in physics, chemistry and materials science research down to the atomic scale, through creation of high performance, cryogen free, ultra low temperature and high magnetic fields environments
Cryofree dilution refrigerators
The Triton range of Cryofree dilution and 3He refrigerators provides market leading products for ultra low temperature research. They allow temperatures down to 5 mK that can be achieved at fields up to 18 T, without the need for liquid helium. Oxford Instruments has over 200 Triton systems installed, worldwide.
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The Kelvinox range was first introduced in 1988, designed for seamless integration into magnetic and cryogenic environments. This high-performance range has since established itself as an industry leader thanks to a combination of build quality, value and a high level of automation. The Kelvinox range has been continually updated and enhanced, with a fully automatic and oil-free gas handling system and the KelvinoxMX multiple experiment range which provides new levels of flexibility and modularity. Oxford Instruments has used its expertise in cryogenics to ensure that our systems offer unrivalled versatility and ease-of-use to the research community.
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Optical cryostats for spectroscopy
The Optistat range of cryostats are designed to meet the needs of the most demanding spectroscopy applications. Excellent optical and electrical access, wide temperature ranges, compact design and best-in-class cryogenic performance are matched to an extensive range of different options to ensure there is a cryostat perfectly matched to your experimental requirements. The Optistat range offer different sample environments to best suit the requirements of your sample, and different cooling technologies to meet the needs of your laboratory.
Which model is right for you?
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Optical cryostats for Mircoscopy
The Microstat range of cryostats are designed to meet the needs of the most demanding microscopy applications. Excellent optical and electrical access, wide temperature ranges, compact design and best-in-class cryogenic performance are matched to an extensive range of different options to ensure there is a cryostat perfectly matched to your experimental requirements. The Microstat range offer different cooling technologies to meet the needs of your laboratory.
The Microstat model of choice will depend on the base temperature, cooling technology and sample environment required for your experiments,
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Superconducting magnet systems
Superconducting magnets include solenoid magnets, split pairs, high homogeneity magnets, vector magnets, magneto-optical magnets to fit all the superconductivity applications. All these variants are available as conventional wet systems or as cryogen free magnets.
Cryogen free superconducting magnets or 'dry magnets' are now available with fields up to 18 T. We offer different configurations to suit the majority of applications. To find out more, click here
Spares and accessories – Cryospares.com
Oxford Instruments NanoScience has a dedicated spares department offering over 800 products from an extensive range of cryogenic spares, magnet spares, accessories and consumables - with a fast and efficient service, expert support and rapid delivery of products world-wide.
The product range includes:
- Electronics for cryogenic systems
- Superconducting magnet power supplies, cryogenic temperature controllers, liquid helium (LHe) and liquid nitrogen (LN2) level meters
- Liquid helium (LHe) transfer tubes/siphons
- Dewars for transport and storage of liquid helium (LHe) and liquid nitrogen (LN2)
- Cryogenic accessories and spare parts for Oxford Instruments cryostat systems
- Sample rods and holders, optical/spectroscopy cryostat windows, temperature sensors, plus many more general consumables and accessories
Cryogenic spares and accessories website: www.cryospares.com
Oxford Instruments is delighted to announce Dr Francois Parmentier of Service de Physique de l’Etat Condensé, Université Paris-Saclay, France and Dr Erwann Bocquillon of Laboratoire Pierre Aigrain, France – as the joint winners of the 2017 Nicholas Kurti Science Prize.
Oxford instruments NanoScience, the provider of market-leading research tools, recently announced that it has achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification.
Oxford Instruments announces Dr Brad Ramshaw of Cornell University, as winner of the 2017 Lee Osheroff Richardson Science Prize
The Lee Osheroff Richardson (LOR) Science Prize promotes and recognises the novel work of young scientists working in the fields of low temperatures and/or high magnetic fields in the Americas.
Oxford Instruments announces the launch of the Io – the most compact and easy to use Cryofree continuous cooling solution for milliKelvin devices
Oxford Instruments is pleased to announce its latest new product within the Cryofree® cooling systems family – the Io. As part of the company’s ongoing innovation strategy, the launch of Io will further expand the scope of scientific applications to be performed by the research community.
Oxford Instruments launches TLEX - a new model of their OptistatDry for sample-in-exchange-gas applications
Oxford Instruments has annouced the latest version of their OptistatDry. The new TLEX model continues to strengthen their their Cryofree® cryostat family and provides cryogenic temperatures for sample-in-exchange-gas applications, with top-loading sample change.