Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) March 23, 2006
Dryogenic (http://www.dryogenic.com) has had an overwhelming reaction to the launch of its new, completely cryogen-free, millikelvin measurement system - the DMS-1000. During the American Physical Society's three-day March meeting in Baltimore, Dryogenic exhibited the DMS-1000 cryostat with 12T sample field and temperature range of 100mK to 300K, along with a variety of dedicated experimental measurement options.
Hundreds of excited physicists visited the stand to ask questions and figure out how the DMS-1000 worked, as did some stunned competing exhibitors. In what was otherwise a lack-lustre attendance by delegates at an APS March meeting exhibition, the Dryogenic stand stole the show.
The DMS-1000 combines cutting edge refrigeration and measurement technology to give the world's first completely cryogen-free millikelvin measurement system. With fully automated temperature, field and sample rotation control it gives more time for scientists to think about their results and how to use them. Unique, easy-interchange experimental probes and fully integrated magnetic refrigeration options from Cambridge Magnetic Refrigeration Ltd http://www.cmr.uk.com allow each system to grow to meet new scientific challenges as they are encountered.
Dryogenic Ltd, based in the St. John's Innovation Centre in Cambridge, but with offices in the US and Singapore, is concentrating on the development of cryogen-free equipment for researchers in physics, materials science and chemistry. Dryogenic has partnered with Cambridge Magnetic Refrigeration, a 1999 spin-off from the Cavendish Laboratory, founded with the aim of re-establishing magnetic refrigeration techniques as a commercial offering.
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