Dryogenic Builds Upon its Existing Capabilities, Exhibiting New Technology at Upcoming Shows

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In the months of March and April, Dryogenic will be exhibiting at four meetings, to show its established, start-of-the-art cryogen-free integrated measurement system, along with some new technology for the first time. On show will be the second generation mRot -- the new version of the double-axis piezo-rotator -- along with the thin film calorimeter for heat capacity measurements.

Dryogenic (http://www.dryogenic.com) will be exhibiting at a series of shows in March and April, showing both its established range of equipment, as well as new technology. The exhibitions comprise:

  • APS March meeting, Denver, March 5-7
  • DPG Annual conference, Regensburg, March 27-29
  • MRS Spring meeting, San Francisco, April 10-12
  • CMMP Annual conference, Leicester, April 11-13

Since launching the DMS-1000 -- its ground-breaking completely cryogen-free integrated measurement system -- at last year's APS March meeting in Baltimore, Dryogenic has set the trend and established itself with high-performance measurement options for resistivity, susceptibility, DC I-V and Hall effect, for systems with base temperatures of 4K, 1K, 300mK and 100mK, and with fields now up to 14T. Smooth and stable temperature control up to room temperature is standard on all systems.

At this year's shows, the second generation mRot will also be on display. This new version of the double-axis piezo-rotator, sub-licensed from partner Cambridge Magnetic Refrigeration Ltd http://www.cmr.uk.com, allows milli degree resolution and better than 0.1 degree accuracy with no wobble, no backlash and no magnets.

Also on show will be the thin film calorimeter for heat capacity (specific heat) measurements. Integrated in an mPuck LCC20 chip carrier, it allows easy sample mounting, and high sensitivity.

The DMS-1000 combines cutting edge refrigeration and measurement technology. 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 optional fully integrated magnetic refrigeration from Cambridge Magnetic Refrigeration allows each system to grow to meet new scientific challenges as they are encountered.

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Vaughan Wittorff
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