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BudgetSensors®, a Bulgarian manufacturer of silicon and silicon nitride probes, as well as AFM accessories for Atomic Force Microscopes (AFM), announces the launch of a new product type - the magnetic AFM probe Multi75M.
BudgetSensors® introduces AFM Probes with Magnetic Coating
Bulgaria | Posted on April 24th, 2007
The Multi75M is a silicon AFM probe for Magnetic Force Microscopy (MFM), based on the well established Multi75 AFM probe. It features a magnetic coating on the tip side and an Aluminium reflex coating on the detector side of the cantilever.
The new Multi75M AFM probe of BudgetSensors is an all-purpose MFM probe with excellent magnetic properties and homogeneity.
"Magnetic Force Microscopy is getting more and more important over the last years and therefore, this product type is of strategic importance for the AFM probes portfolio of BudgetSensors", said Kamen Nikolov, CEO of the company.
"We have waited quite long with the introduction of this very important product type, because it has been necessary for us to make sure that the quality of our MFM probe is corresponding with the high standards, set by the rest of our products. In order to ensure this, we had to run extensive testing in various kinds of MFM applications, all of which are now completed to our full satisfaction", said Dr. Yordan Stefanov, Manager of applications at BudgetSensors.
More information on BudgetSensors' Multi75M is available at:
New product developments of BudgetSensors are scheduled for release soon.
About BudgetSensors® and Innovative Solutions Bulgaria Ltd.
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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