Cryogenics & Magnetics13Speci!cationsLampNumber2TypeHalogenPower (Programmable)2 x 650 W MaxCoolingAirPower Supply Stability0.02%MirrorTypeDouble EllipticalTemp (Floating Zone Region)2100° CCrystal Growth Diameter Max6 mmCooling* Coolant (Integrated into Sytem)Shaft ControlCrystal Growth Speed **0.1 - 1.4 mm/hr; 1 - 14 mm/hrShaft DriveUpper & Lower IndependentMax Crystal length100 mmSpeedCourse: 10 mm/min; Fine 1 - 10 mm/hrRotation6 - 60 RPMOtherCrystal Growth MonitoringVia CCD Camera & Built-in LCD DisplayMax Pressure (Floating Zone Region)300 kPaTotal Furnace Size75 cm (W) x 75 cm (D) x 170 cm (H)Furnace Weight450 kgPower220 V, 20 A, 1 phase"* No external water source necessary** Both ranges standard on all systems (user selectable)"
Cryogenics & Magnetics14www.lotoriel.co.ukOptical CryostationThe Cryostation is a helium-free 3 K - 350 K optical measurement instrument. With speci!c attention to making the researcher more effective, the Cryostation is the most advanced cryogenic optical measurement solution developed.More effective researchMontana Instruments Corporation has a mission of making the researcher more effective. We recognise the researcher's dif!culties in that cryogenics is full of pitfalls which often causes experiments to take days or weeks, rather than hours. Our technology solves the hard problems associated with cryogenic experiments so that researchers can focus more on making discoveries. The$Cryostation is a 3 K - 350 K optical research instrument that takes the costly and time-consuming risk of cryogenic experimental pitfalls out of the equation. Simply lift open the lid, insert your sample, input a set point temperature and the versatile Cryostation will achieve your set point temperature with sample stability that is unmatched by any commercial cryogenic instrument.ApplicationsSpectroscopyMOKEMicroscopySpintronicsNanotechnologyMossbauer spectroscopyHigh pressure studiesRaman spectroscopyMagnetic !eld studiesIR, FTIR spectroscopyMagneto-optical spectroscopyPhotoluminescenceMagneto-optical microscopyNeutron scatteringExcellent vibrational stability