Scanning Probe Microscope - Tools for Nanotechnology by NT-MDT

Now the NT-MDT team develops for you the complete line of SPMs which cover most of scientific and industrial applications. The first NT-MDT device was designed in 1990 and was called STM-MDT-1-90 (Scanning Tunneling Microscope). Till now, this first microscope duly runs in the Institute of Cristallography RAS (Russia). STM-4 was developed in 1993. The device model Solver appeared in 1995 starting the Solver product line. The same year the model Solver P47 was made. 1998 was marked by Solver LS, Stand Alone SMENA systems. Special SPM for biological applications called Solver BIO supplemented NT-MDT product line in 1999. The next year we developed X, Y Scanning stage for closed-loop operation.

NTMDT's Range of Instruments

Now NT-MDT can offer you the whole SPM line including AFMs, STMs, SNOMs for almost all possible applications and we continue development of new powerful tools for you. We also supply a wide range of silicon probes and calibration gratings production, design and development that allows us to understand and meet your requirements better.

NTMDT Resources and Clients

550 employees include Ph.D. scientists, many leaders in their field. More than 600 installations in 39 countries, more then 15 year in the SPM market, worldwide distribution of our devices. Our clients are Universities and colleges, laboratories, government and private industrial companies, research centers and small scientific companies on the nanotechnology field

NT-MDT Co. has two mottos - "Fairness, Intellect, Quality" and "What seems the future to others is the present for us".

The bases to successful development are: the best "brains", the best components, high technologies, up-to-date marketing and control. In summary we have: powerful software, best electronics, best mechanics, micro robotics and sales in the world market.

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by NT-MDT Spectrum Instruments.

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