Atomic force microscopes for research

Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) traces the topography of samples with extremely high- up to atomic- resolution by recording the interaction forces between the surface and a sharp tip mounted on a cantilever. AFM provides spatial information parallel and perpendicular to the surface. In addition to topographic high-resolution information, local material properties such as adhesion and stiffness can be investigated by analyzing tip-sample interaction forces. We offer AFMs suitable for research in materials science, polymers, electrochemistry, and other applications in nano-science and engineering.

access is a micro-Raman single-spot analysis and mapping microscope. It was specifically engineered for budget-conscious customers with high demands on instrument performance. Its outstanding spectral quality, optical throughput and signal sensitivity are ensured by well-established WITec optical elements.

The high-quality microscope setup of the access is also the basis for its full upgradability. Whenever needed, access can be easily and quickly adapted to new requirements. Customized solutions for e.g. scan stages, spectrometers, cameras and lasers can be added and even advanced Raman techniques can be integrated.

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Park NX-Bio is a powerful 3-in-1 bio-research tool that uniquely combines scanning ion conductance microscopy (SICM) with AFM and inverted optical microscope (IOM) on the same platform. The modular design of Park NX-Bio allows easy exchange between SICM and AFM. Designed for non-invasive in-liquid imaging, the combined bio-mechanical property measuring capability of AFM, SICM, and inverted optical microscopy makes Park NX-Bio ideal for studying biological materials under physiological conditions.

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Park XE7 has all the state-of-the-art technology you've come to expect from Park Systems, at a price your lab can afford. Designed with the same attention to detail as our more advanced models, the XE7 allows you to do your research on time and within budget.

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Park NX10 produces data you can trust, replicate, and publish at the highest nano resolution. From sample setting to full scan imaging, measurement, and analysis, Park NX10 saves you time every step of the way. With more time and better data, you can focus on doing more innovative research.

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Park NX20, with its reputation as the world’s most accurate large sample AFM, is rated highly in the semiconductor and hard disk industry for its data accuracy.

 

 

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Park SmartScan is a revolutionary operating software for Park AFMs that lets even inexperienced, untrained users produce high quality nanoscale imaging through three simple clicks of a mouse in auto mode, which rivals that made by experts using conventional techniques. SmartScan manual mode also provides all of the functions and tools necessary for more seasoned users to feel at home. This combination of extreme versatility, ease-of-use, and quality makes SmartScan the best AFM operating software available.

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The WITec atomic force microscope (AFM) alpha300 A is a reliable, high-quality nano-imaging system integrated with a research-grade optical microscope which provides superior optical access, easy cantilever alignment and high-resolution sample survey.

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The well-established Raman-atomic force microscope (AFM) combination alpha300 RA was the first integrated Raman AFM system on the market and continues to set the standard for combined instrument configurations. The alpha300 RA incorporates the features of the Raman microscopy system alpha300 R for powerful chemical imaging along with features of the atomic force microscopy system (alpha300 A) for high-resolution nanoscale surface characterization and thus facilitates a comprehensive understanding of the samples.

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The unprecedented all-in-one alpha300 RAS combines Raman, AFM, and SNOM imaging in a single instrument for the utmost flexibility and sophisticated sample characterization. By combining the imaging techniques, simultaneous Raman-AFM analysis, TERS, and Nearfield-Raman (Raman-SNOM) imaging can be easily performed.

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