Custom-made Instrument Example: The Insplorion X1
The Insplorion X1 instrument was developed to study for example gas adsorption/absorption processes or phase transitions (e.g. Tg) in thin polymer films and materials relevant to catalysis in situ and in real-time from ambient up to 600C.
The X1 measures structural and/or dielectric changes of virtually any nanomaterial or thin film, dielectric as well as metallic, as induced e.g. by gas composition or temperature ramps.
The Insplorion X1 instrument includes everything needed to quickly get you started and produce high quality data. The instrument has two sample positions allowing two parallel measurements to be conducted. Our product offer includes all hardware, software, support and initial training to get you started and comfortable with interpreting your obtained results.
Insplorion X1 uses remote optical readout wherefore only the sensor chip, and not the sensitive optical equipment, needs to be placed inside the reaction chamber. X1 can therefore operate at high temperatures (up to 600°C) and normal pressures (atmospheric) and still retain high resolution and flexibility. Please contact us for further information.