A customer recently bought these two helium flow ARS cryostats. The one on the left is a liquid helium cold cryostat for optical microscopy with adaptations for mounting and thermally anchoring a diamond anvil cell. The one on the right is a liquid helium cooled cryostat for FTIR and THZ applications featuring a 10 mm CVD diamond window, spectrometer adapter flange, and Z-translator for three sample measurement.
ARS will be exhibiting at the 2015 APS meeting from March 3rd through March 5th. Look for us at booths 516 and 518.
Laboratory Cryogenic Systems
Advanced Research Systems (ARS) provides a complete cryogenic solution for low temperature material characterization. ARS manufactured Pneumatic Drive Closed Cycle Cryocoolers are ideally suited for R&D applications where low temperature and low vibrations are important. ARS is uniquely qualified to design and manufacture customized cryogenic solutions as we can seamlessly integrate our cryocoolers into the final design.
If you are unfamiliar with ARS' products, the applications section of this web site will help guide you to the right cryostat for your measurements.
Displex closed cycle cryostats for optical and electrical measurements. Stainless steel construction for high vacuum.
Low Vibration Cryostats
Ultra low vibration cryogen free cryostat for quantum optical applications, micro-Raman, and micro-PL.
Top Loader Cryostats
OmniPlex™ top loading cryostat for testing optical, electrical, and magnetic material properties. Fast sample change.
Helium Flow Cryostats
Helitran® high performance flow cryostat. Features atomic scale vibrations for low temperature STM applications.
UHV closed cycle cryostats for 10-11 Torr vacuum level. CF flange welded to the cryocooler for true UHV performance.
Cryogenic Probe Station
Micromanipulated cryogenic probe station. Can be easily customized for up to 8 DC or RF probes. Optical fiber tips and magnets optional.
Mixed Gas Cryocooler
Low cost JT cryocooler uses patented mixed refrigerant for 80 K performance. Designed for low cost cryostats, sensor and detector cooling.