UHV Compatible Superconducting Magnet Systems

Special systems for UHV compatible (scanning probe microscopy and other experiments) are available with a variety of magnetic fields.

Typical magnet configurations

  • Solenoids
  • Split pair magnets with horizontal and vertical access
    • Can be oriented with vertical or horizontal magnetic field direction
  • Vector magnets enabling field direction to be adjusted in a 2D plane, or around a 3D sphere

ULT insert compatibility

These systems are supplied with He-3 or dilution refrigerator inserts.

Sample Exchange

The sample may be introduced through the top or the bottom of the cryostat or through a horizontal bore of a split pair magnet.

Many systems incorporate translation and rotation stages for sample loading, without needing to warm-up the magnet cryostat.

Please feel free to contact JanisULT to discuss your requirement.

Model 85/8-KG-HE-3-BLSUHV-STM

Ultra High Vacuum (UHV) Compatible Long Hold Time Superconducting Magnet System

JanisULT is pleased to offer a UHV compatible long hold time He-3 superconducting magnet system. It offers a hold time in excess of three days, at a temperature of less than 0.3 K, with no active pumping on the 1 K pot. The cryostat includes two magnets with a guaranteed 8.5 T vertical field and a 0.8 T horizontal field, with persistent current switches on both magnets.

The system also includes a 12" translation stage that allows translation of the sample out of the magnet bore for sample installation and replacement in the cold UHV environment


Superconducting Magnet System

Click here to read a paper written by a 7THM-SOM-UHV superconducting magnet system customer.

Reference: Takeshi NAKAGAWA, Yasumasa TAKAGI, Yoshihiro MATSUMOTO, and Toshihiko YOKOYAMA, "Enhancements of Spin and Orbital Magnetic Moments of Submonolayer Co on Cu(001) Studied by X-ray Magnetic Circular Dichroism Using Superconducting Magnet and Liquid He Cryostat" Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 47, No. 4, 2008, pp. 2132-2136


Top loading, sample in Ultra High Vacuum (UHV) for Scanning Probe Microscopy