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Scanning Electron Microscope

Scanning Electron Microscopy is a non-destructive technique that scans a sample with a focused electron beam and gets images with information about the samples morphology, topography and composition down to nano-scale.

Scanning Electron Microscopes (SEMs) produce high magnification images with high resolution, a feature which makes them an indispensable tool for a wide range of applications in numerous fields of sciences and industry.

SEM produces an image of a sample by scanning the surface of the sample with a highly focused beam of electrons which interact with the sample and produce various signals. These signals are then detected and processed to give surface morphology, topography, and composition of the samples.

Tabletop SEM

The Tabletop SEM or Desktop SEMs have transformed the electron microscopy field. Tabletop SEMs are highly advanced but much smaller systems that are not only easy to use but also much less expensive and easy to maintain than traditional SEMs. Despite the reduction in size, the Tabletop SEMs provide a resolution that is comparable to traditional SEMs and hence have found their way in every industry as well as research application.

Floor Model SEM

Our conventional model Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) has a magnification of the order of 300,000x with 3.0 nm resolution.

LaB6 Upgrade

For performance wherein more brightness with superior image resolution is required, the Tungsten-SEM can be upgraded with a Lab6 (Lanthanum Hexaboride) source.

The Lab6 upgrade maximizes image quality by improving the signal-to-noise ratio, improving the resolution while also increasing the counts for SEM-EDS analysis.

Accessories to SEMs

Energy Dispersive Spectrometer (EDS)

Adding an EDS detector to a Tabletop SEM turns it into an extremely powerful analytical tool allowing a plethora of capabilities using advanced microanalysis features for elemental analysis.

Our SEMs are also the only Tabletop SEMs in the world that are compatible with EDS from Oxford Instruments (United Kingdom), Bruker Nano GmbH (Germany) and EDAX (USA).


Sputter Coaters

Sputter Coaters allow imaging of non-conducting samples at the highest resolution and magnification without the concern of charging phenomenon. Sputter Coaters deposit a nano-thin layer of a conducting material such as Gold or Platinum to make the sample conducting.

Weighing less than 15kg, our MCM-100 is the only sputter coater in the world with built in rotary pump making it a very portable and easy to handle coater.