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Janis Research Company, Inc. Aug 13, 2010

About this company

Janis Research Company, Inc.
2 Jewel Drive
PO Box 696
United States

Tel: +1 978-657-8750
Fax: +1 978 658-0349

Janis Research offers standard and customized cryogenic systems, including dilution refrigerators, adiabatic demagnetization refrigerators, superconducting magnet systems, cryocoolers, variable temperature cryostats , micromanipulated probe stations.


Products from this company

  1. Low Vibration Pulse Tube Refrigerated Systems Aug 13, 2010

    When working in NANO-scale science and technology, if you would like to avoid liquid cryogens, inquire about our low vibration pulse tube refrigerated systems offering temperatures down to 4 K.

  2. Dilution Refrigerator for Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Aug 13, 2010

    A custom UHV compatible JDR-500 dilution refrigerator (DR) was tested at Janis Research Company in preparation for installation at NIST’s new Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology (CNST).

  3. Adiabatic Demagnetization Refrigerators (ADR) Aug 13, 2010

    If your need is 50 mK, Janis Adiabatic Demagnetization Refrigerators (ADR) may fulfill your requirement. Janis offers a liquid helium cooled system and a cryogen-free system.

  4. Helium-3 Cryostats Aug 13, 2010

    Janis Research offers Helium-3 cryostats if your Nano-scale science and technology application requires temperatures down to 300 mK.

  5. Variable Temperature Cryostats for use with Scanning Probe Microscopes Aug 13, 2010

    If you need temperatures down to 1.5 K or 1 K, Janis Research offers our variable temperature model SVT & 1 K pot cryostats that can be used with AFM, SNOM and other scanning probe microscopes.

  6. Continuous flow cryostat systems for NANO-scale science and technology Aug 13, 2010

    Janis Research offers continuous flow cryostats for NANO-scale science and technology applications that require temperatures down to 2.5 K.

  7. Vibration isolated micromanipulated probe systems Aug 13, 2010

    If you are probing wafers and devices in high vacuum and cryogenic environments, check our vibration isolated micromanipulated probe systems and fixed probe systems that operate up to 700 K or higher.