The PARSTAT 2273 is the ultimate potentiostat/galvanostat, boasting superior quality and high reliability. Its exceptional impedance capability, resolution, speed, high current, and high compliance voltage continues to be the standard against which all other systems are measured.
The Reference 600+ is a high-performance, research-grade potentiostat/galvanostat/ZRA designed for fast, low-current measurements. It does well for a variety of applications such as physical electrochemistry (especially at microelectrodes), fast cyclic voltammetry, electrochemical corrosion, electrochemical noise measurements, paints and coatings, and sensors.
The SKP100 Scanning Kelvin Probe sets a new standard in surface science measurements. The Kelvin Probe is a non-contact, non-destructive instrument designed to measure the surface work function difference between conducting, coated, or semi-conducting materials and a sample probe. The technique operates using a vibrating capacitance probe. Through a swept backing voltage, the work function difference is measured between the scanning probe reference tip and sample surface.
The WS-400 is a single wafer, manual dispense spin processor with a nitrogen purged process chamber and is manipulated by a digital controller. The wafer is held in place during process by means of a vacuum chuck. The digital controller has twenty programs each with fifty-one steps stored in non-volatile memory. The program sizes and steps can be changed.
The Taber Rotary Platform Abraser (Abrader) is used to perform accelerated wear testing. Samples are mounted on a rotating turntable, and subjected to the wearing action of two abrasive wheels applied at a specific pressure. Features include two turntables; quick release wheel mounting; precision vacuum height adjustment; and 60 & 72 RPM speeds.