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Home > Press > BudgetSensors® Introduces All-In-One AFM Probes

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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 commercial introduction of the "All-In-One AFM Probe" - a versatile silicon AFM probe with 4 different cantilevers on a single holder chip.

BudgetSensors® Introduces All-In-One AFM Probes

Bulgaria | Posted on July 28th, 2008

All-In-One AFM probes (Order Code: AIO and AIOAl) feature cantilevers for Tapping Mode, Soft Tapping Mode, Force Modulation and Contact Mode on one and the same holder chip.
They are made of monolithic silicon and offer excellent uniformity and reliable performance.

The main advantage of this product compared to regular, single-cantilever AFM probes is the freedom to choose in the very last moment the right cantilever for each application.
AFM users don‚t need to stock various AFM Probe types any more. Nevertheless, this product is not meant as a substitution to comparable single-cantilever АFM probes, because the geometry of each one of the All-In-One cantilevers differs from the geometry of comparable specialized single-cantilever AFM probes.

All-In-One AFM Probes are offered without any coatings (Order Code: AIO) and with an aluminium reflex coating on the back side of the cantilever (Order Code: AIOAl).

For detailed product specifications, please visit www.budgetsensors.com/all_in_one.html.

More new products, which are under development in BudgetSensors‚ R&D centre, will be released soon.

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About 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.

For more information, please click here

Contacts:
Kamen Nikolov
Phone: +359 (2) 963 09 41
Fax: +359 (2) 963 07 32

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