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BudgetSensors® Launches New Product Type - The BS-Gold Series
Sofia, Bulgaria | Posted on January 17, 2006
BudgetSensors®, a Bulgarian manufacturer of silicon and silicon nitride probes for Atomic Force Microscopes (AFM) announces the launch of a new product type - the BS-Gold Series.
The BS-Gold Series are silicon AFM probes for Tapping Mode, Force Modulation Mode and Contact Mode, covered with a 70 nm thick gold coating.
The gold coating is available in two options: as a reflexive coating only on the back side of the cantilever, or as an overall coating, covering front- and backside of the cantilever.
This new gold coating enhances the laser reflectivity of each AFM probe and is suitable for various special applications.
More information on BudgetSensors' BS-Gold Series is available here.
New product developments of BudgetSensors are scheduled for release soon.
BudgetSensors® is a trade mark of Innovative Solutions Bulgaria Ltd. Established in 2001 and located in the Bulgarian capital Sofia, Innovative Solutions Bulgaria Ltd. offers a variety of products and services within its three divisions AFM Probes, Print & Design and Web & Programming.
The AFM Probe division manufactures and sells probes and accessories for Atomic Force Microscopes under the trade name of BudgetSensors® used by the most advanced R&D institutions worldwide. The Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) is one of the most important instruments for the Nanotechnology industry and research.
The Print & Design and Web & Programming divisions offer solutions for corporate design, presentation and promotion materials.
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