Tired of helium costs? The attoDRY closed-cycle cryostats require no liquid helium at all, and hence liberate the user from the increasingly unreliable and ever-more expensive supply of liquid helium.


Ultra-low vibration

Due to a proprietary design, mechanical vibrations created by the coldhead are well decoupled from the measurement platform, thus enabling the use of sensitive techniques such as scanning probe microscopy in a dry low temperature environment.


Large sample space

While most magnet systems feature only 1" diameter sample space, our toploading attoDRY cryostats provide twice the diameter, and four times the area in cross-section. This leaves ample space for sophisticated cryogenic experiments, and is compatible with our complete line of measurement options.


Silent operation

Special care was taken to reduce the acoustic noise of the inherently loud cold heads by an order of magnitude at the most relevant frequencies. This guarantees a pleasant working environment in your lab.


Automation & touchscreen

Routine procedures such as temperature and magnetic field control are fully automated by a clever gas handling system consisting of integrated pumps, valves and electronics. Moreover, the attoDRY1100 & 2100 are the first cryostats featuring an integrated touchscreen for intuitive control even without a PC.


Fast cooldown

The extremely efficient exchange gas coupling enables unmatched cooldown times as fast as 5-10 hours for the complete system (without magnet), and as fast as 1-2 hours for a measurement insert after sample exchange.


Versatile platform

A variety of measurement options is available, spanning from a fully 3-dimensional double rotator resistivity module to distinguished characterization techniques such as atomic/magnetic force microscopy (AFM/MFM), scanning Hall probe microscopy (SHPM), confocal microscopy (CFM).


Temperature stability

The attoDRY cryostats enable precise temperature control over the complete range with a stability measured to be much better than +/- 10 mK at low temperatures. This enables long unattended measurement cycles during your experiment.

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