Phenom XL Desktop SEM

Phenom XL Desktop SEM

Macquarie University have installed their new superfast  bench-top Phenom XL Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). The Phenom SEM will serve to assist researchers, students and industry with fast, high resolution imaging with elemental analysis of large samples up to 100mm x 100mm. The Backscatter detector yields sharp images together with chemical contrast information while the Secondary Electron Detector supports surface sensitive imaging. 

Malvern NanoSight NS300

Malvern NanoSight NS300

University of Melbourne, Materials Characterisation and Fabrication Platform, has recently installed their Malvern NanoSight and is available for analysis via their online booking system. This instrument is already being used by researchers from various disciplines.  "The fluorescent labelling ability is very important for us and the user friendly, ‘visually confirming’ interface of NTA software is popular with users”.

Malvern Mastersizer 3000

Malvern Mastersizer 3000

University of Auckland, School of Environment have recently installed their new Malvern Mastersizer 3000. This system will be used for studying sediments from clay to sand size. With a small footprint, this system delivers rapid, precise particle size distributions for both wet and dry dispersions from the millimetre to nanometre particle size ranges.

Phenom XL Desktop SEM

Phenom XL Desktop SEM

UWS, Advanced Materials Characterisation Facility (AMCF) have installed their new bench-top Phenom XL Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). The Phenom desktop SEM will serve to assist researchers, students and industry with fast, high resolution material analysis and characterisation.

Phenom GSR SEM

Phenom GSR SEM

The UWS through collaboration with Phenom-World BV, and ATA Scientific has been able to secure a 2 year placement of the bench-top Scanning Electron Microscope (Phenom SEM) for the shared Centralised Research Facilities to support both research and teaching. The SEM will spend time at Parramatta, Hawkesbury, Campbelltown and Kingswood campuses.

Biolin-KSV NIMA LB Trough

Biolin-KSV NIMA LB Trough

UNSW, School of Chemical Engineering has installed their new KSV NIMA Langmuir-Blodgett Trough that can be used to create and characterise single molecule thick films and offers precision control over the lateral packing density of molecules.

Our experts can advise you on the right analytical instrument for your needs, provide assistance with installation and ongoing training and support to consistently provide the accurate data you need.

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