Observing real-time dynamics inside your TEM.
DENSsolutions offers a complete suite of In Situ Sample Management Solutions for Heating, Biasing, Gases & Liquids in Transmission Electron Microscopes (TEMs).
All systems allow investigations of samples such that the dynamics can be directly observed at high resolution.
The DENSsolutions systems offer the most accurate & reliable performance by means of localised and continuous temperature feedback. Optimised versions for both Jeol & Thermo Fisher Scientific TEMs.
Wildfire - Heating
Wildfire In Situ TEM Heating
The Wildfire In Situ Heating Series enables researchers to perform thermal studies in a controlled and stable environment within your TEM. Catering for a variety of application spaces, the Wildfire In Situ Heating Series transforms your high-end TEM from a static imaging tool to a multi-functional laboratory. Applications include heat treatment and failure analysis.
Temperature stability 0.005°C
Wildfire H (H+) – Alpha tilt + / – 30 degrees (Thermo Fisher Scientific), + / - 15 to 20 degrees (JEOL)
Wildfire H+ 3D – Alpha tilt + / – 70 degrees (Thermo Fisher Scientific only)
Wildfire H+ DT – Alpha tilt + / – 25 degrees & Beta tilt + / – 25 degrees (Thermo Fisher Scientific), + / - 15 to 20 degrees (JEOL)
Get more from your TEM, 3 reasons to choose for Wildfire
Investigating materials in the real-world thermal environment expands the application space of a conventional TEM and enhances its already powerful imaging capabilities.
The Wildfire system allows for researchers to heat from room temperature to 1300 °C with market leading accuracy.
The stability of the Wildfire system ensures that the full resolution performance of every TEM can be maintained during imaging of sample dynamics at elevated temperature.
The Wildfire System - Plug-and-Play
The Wildfire system consists of 4 main components:
•Heating control unit
Lightning - Heating & Biasing
Lightning In Situ TEM Biasing & Heating
The Lightning In Situ TEM Biasing & Heating Series provides you the power to obtain real-time information about your specimen under a controllable electrical and thermal environment. Investigate the next generation of nano-electronic materials and devices with the Lightning Series.
Simultaneous Heating and Biasing
Dedicated Heating - up to 1300 oC
Biasing - 200 kV/cm at RT (150 kV/cm at 900 oC)
Resolution - 60 pm
Application areas include Piezoelectrics, ReRam and Solar Cells.
The Lightning system consists of 4 main components:
•Heating control unit
Climate - Gas & Heating
Climate In Situ TEM Gas & Heating
The Climate In Situ TEM Gas & Heating System enables atomic resolution imaging of gas-solid interactions and sample dynamics in research areas such as catalysis, nanomaterials growth and corrosion studies. The Nano-Reactor is the ‘lab on chip’ MEMS based technology enabling the 1 Bar pressure & elevated temperature environment for in situ TEM. The Climate system converts high-vacuum (S)TEMs from a static imaging tool into a dynamic in situ chemical laboratory, enabling real-time observation and analysis of materials.
Pressure: 1 Bar
Applications include Catalysis research, Nanomaterial Growth and Corrosion.
The 8 in 1 solution
The Climate system brings an ‘integrated’ approach to TEM characterisation of catalysts. Previously only possible with a number of separate techniques, Climate in conjunction with the TEM combines 8 separate techniques into one seamless platform.
The Climate system consists of 4 main components:
•Gas Supply System
Stream - Liquid + Biasing or Heating
Stream In Situ TEM Liquid and Biasing or Heating
Liquid phase microscopy has become increasingly popular, as it provides new insight into important processes of various research topics within material science, chemistry and biology. The Stream In Situ Liquid Solution radically changes the way experiments in liquid are carried out. The innovative technology brought to you by DENSsolutions offers for the first time:
Accurate flow and pressure control
Controlled membrane bulging
Extended experimental flexibility
Application areas include Energy Storage, Corrosion, Electrochemistry, Nanomaterials, Cell Biology, and Molecular Biology
The Stream system consists of 3 main components:
•Pressure-based liquid pump