Linkam designs and manufactures scientific instruments to characterize materials from polymers, metals, ceramics, liquid crystals and biological materials. Our instruments are used for research by the world's most advanced scientific organizations and companies.
Each of our instruments are designed and manufactured in house by our team of highly experienced electrical, software and mechanical design engineers. Many of our standardized sample characterization systems started out as an idea brought to us by a scientist either dissatisfied with what was available, or looking to create something completely new.
We work very closely with the scientist, creating sketches, designs and prototypes which are continually refined until the scientist is satisfied.
What makes us unique, is that we know very quickly whether an idea will work and can, in a relatively short time, provide affordable working prototypes all designed and built in house at our state of the art facilities in UK or The Netherlands.
We have also worked with OEMs to design solutions for their analytical instrumentation. From AFM to Cryo TEM we have collaborated with the largest and most sophisticated technology companies in the world.
McCrone Presents Range of Linkam Temperature-controlled Stages at AMS 2022
The Monarc Pro T System turns any microscope into an optically-coupled microscope, enabling in-situ discovery for photoactive catalyst studies.
Discover the NAN™ Electrophysiology focusing nosepiece microscope by Sutter instruments.
The Total Absolute Measurement System (TAMS) unit allows you to choose the right detector for angular-dependent measurements of optical properties of thin and thick samples.
In this interview, AZoOptics speaks with Teledyne Dalsa about the key roles of optics when it comes to Machine Vision Systems.
Dr. Mustafa Kansiz
In this interview conducted at Pittcon 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, we spoke to Mustafa Kansiz, Director of Product Management and Marketing at Photothermal Spectroscopy Corp, about O-PTIR, a new and alternative infrared spectroscopy method.
Professors Susmu Noda and Menaka De Zoysa
In a new interview, AZoOptics talks with Professors Susmu Noda and Menaka De Zoysa about their research presenting a new nonmechanical 3D Lidar system.