Kimball Physics is a high-tech manufacturer of scientific instruments, with 30 years of experience in ultra-high-vacuum electron and ion optics. The company specializes in precision electrostatic and magnetostatic optics, with beam energies ranging from 1 eV to 100 keV, and beam currents ranging from femtoamperes to amperes. Most units are low power devices. An MIT spinoff, the company is in a half dozen buildings, situated near the top of a hill, surrounded by woods, in southern New Hampshire.
Kimball Physics designs and manufactures electron optics used all over the world. Areas of involvement include: numerous UHV analytical instruments based on electron and ion optics, electron optical equipment for the semiconductor industry, electron sources for electron microscopes and electron lithography, sources for free electron lasers, accelerators, and x-ray systems, fittings and components for general ultra-high vacuum use, custom apparatus for the space industry, and equipment for various esoteric physics experiments.
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