LN Ultra – Cryo Attachment

LN Ultra – Cryo Attachment

Sectioning of both biological and industrial materials can be achieved with the LNUltra, a liquid nitrogen-cooled cryochamber attachment for the PowerTome series of ultramicrotome. Mounted onto the PowerTome, the LN Ultra provides optimal thermal stability necessary for producing cryosections.

 

Capable of holding temperatures from +40°C to -185°C, the stable environment of the LNUltra is perfect for sectioning and planing a variety of samples. These may include rubber and soft polymers, or biological cells and tissues; used for example, for immunolabelling using the Tokuyasu technique or CEMOVIS (Cryo Electron Microscopy of Vitreous Ice Sections).

 

Liquid Nitrogen consumption is very low, allowing for a size efficient 12 liter Dewar. This can provide a stable sectioning environment for up to nine hours, while saving your laboratory LN2 costs over less efficient systems.


ICON-key-features-greyKey Features and Benefits

♦  Solid aluminum chamber provides greater thermal stability while

    providing a large opening for easy access to the specimen

♦   3-axes of movement allows for precise alignment of the substrate

♦   Holds substrates of various materials and sizes for ultrathin

     sectioning 

ICON-key-features-greyApplications

♦   Nano-bio materials

♦   Co-polymer structures

♦   Life Sciences

About RMC Boeckeler

Boeckeler Instruments Inc. engineers sample preparation equipment for nanoscale research, under the RMC Boeckeler brand. Their solutions are employed in the advancement of a broad range of areas, with special emphasis in sample preparation for 3D electron microscopy solutions.

Why RMC Boeckeler?

♦   High Precision

♦   Robust; built for high workload

♦   Easily Upgradable

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