Cryoconcept has been building and installing dilution refrigerators for ultra low temperature research applications since 2000. In partnership with the low temperature laboratory of the CEA in Saclay, France and CNRS, the company designs, fabricates, tests and installs high performance dilution refrigerator systems capable of reaching temperatures below 10mK.
Years of experience in a wide range of ultra low temperature applications has given Cryoconcept unique expertise in low temperature physics. The company’s systems are recognized worldwide as some of the most reliable, user-friendly, and versatile ultra low temperature research tools available. Standard and custom systems are available to meet the most demanding applications.
Cryogen-free and conventional dilution refrigerators from Cryoconcept are used in a variety of applications:
- Nanostructure studies
- Superconductivity research
- Solid state physics at extremely low temperatures
- Low temperature detectors – germanium, sapphire, etc.
Their Standard Dilution Refrigerator Product Line includes:
Example Dilution Refrigerator System Quotation
Use this example to help define your specific needs…
Base temperature guaranteed less than 10mK
Cooling power at 100mK guaranteed greater than 100µW
Outer diameter of the insert: 110 mm
Total length of the insert with IVC: up to 2500 mm
Approximate sample space at low temperature (depends on dewar and magnet): from 40 mm to 80 mm in diameter up to 300 mm in length
Thompson heat exchanger (replaces a separate pumped bath condenser).
Easily removable IVC (three clamps and an indium seal).
Radiation shields and IVC can be designed to fit into a superconducting magnet.
Can be provided with additional 1K pot for thermalization of wiring or measurement devices.
Special access ports and lines of sight. Special sample holder designs.
Thermometry from 4.2K to 8mK.
Remote controlled Gas Handling System (GHS).
For other configurations please contact us.