Groot-Ammers  | September 10, 2020

ST Instruments is proud to announce the launch of the MFT-3000 benchtop tribometer from Rtec Instruments. The compact and robust platform provides a cost-effective solution for your tribological testing needs. The patented dual force capacitor sensors in combination with the stiff design, offers an excellent performance without the need for specific facility requirements. Exchangeable temperature modules varying from -50°C to 1000°C and the open-access operating software, allows for customized test sequences and fully automated test runs.

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Groot-Ammers  | April 14, 2020

ST Instruments is excited to announce its partnership with Neoscan for the distribution of their X-ray Micro CT scanners. It is really a unique opportunity to partner with this new company which builds on 40 years of experience developing, designing and producing Micro CT scanners. NeoScan is created by Alexander Sasov, designer of micro CT instruments and founder of Skyscan which installed instruments in more than 1300 scientific laboratories around the world.

Groot-Ammers | March 23rd, 2020
Coming Thursday, March 26th,  11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CET, Dr. Oxana Klementieva (Assistant Professor in Neurobiology, Lund University and Dr. Mustafa Kansiz (Director of Product Management, Photothermal Spectroscopy Corp.) will host the webinar titled 'Amyloid aggregates in neurons - Life Science applications with submicron simultaneous IR+Raman microscopy'. Dr. Oxana Klementieva and co-workers identifying amyloid-beta aggregates directly in neurons (neurites an dendritic spines) at the subcellular (submicron) level using Optical Photothermal Infrared (O-PTIR) imaging (mIRage submicron Infrared Microscope).

Terrassa | March 2nd, 2020
We are very proud to announce the release of the new metrology tool for wide areas. The S Wide is a high-performance non-contact 3D optical large area metrology system designed for micro-scale measurements, with advanced inspection and analysis capabilities. Large samples up to 300x300mm can be measured and analyzed very rapidly, using all benefits of a digital microscope integrated in a high-resolution measuring system.