Beamline sample environments for neutron scattering, X-ray scattering, and muon spin resonance
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“Outsert” magnets for ultra-high field
High field and wide magnet bore combinations (with high stored energy up to several MJ), for superconducting magnets utilising high temperature superconductor (HTS) insert coils, for example:
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Unique laboratory research systems
Dark matter research
High field and wide magnet bore combinations, as driven by the experimental strategy, where the field volume product (B2V) is a key driver of detector cavity Q factor.
Combine with high-cooling-power dilution refrigerator (up to 1000 µW at 100 mK) – conventional helium-cooled or Cryofree®
Solid-state NMR, EPR, ESR, and related applications
Magnet systems with:
Such “custom-engineered specials” build on our years of technology development, coupled with the real-world manufacturing experience gained from a vast back-catalogue of these specially-designed systems.
We have been pioneers in the field since Oxford Instruments’ foundation in 1959 by Sir Martin Wood. Much as we are proud of this heritage, we do not solely rely upon our past achievements. We bring our wealth of experience to every new opportunity and challenge, to provide our customers with their own world-leading capabilities – whether in superconducting magnets, ultra-low temperatures, cryogenics, or combinations of all three. Thousands of installed Oxford Instruments systems in leading research laboratories around the world testify to the success and reliability of our technologies and solutions.
By working with our custom system specialists, alongside our leading technologists and engineers, customers are able to develop their system requirements into a realisable specification and design. Our team will work closely with you to balance your system requirements and budget.
The above illustrates just a small cross-section of our typical applications. Please contact one of our offices by clicking here to discuss your project and requirements with us.