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Cryo to RT
RT to HT
Cryo to RT
A helium pressure varying from 0 to 200 bars applies onto a membrane that is in contact with the MDAC piston and will transmit it forces up to 10 kN.
2 Screws
Cryo to RT
2 Screws
1 Screw
A micro-valve attached to the membrane allows to disconnect the cell from its pressure controller while maintaining the pressure in the membrane.
Gluing and aligment machine

  The Gluing & Alignment Machine [GAM] makes it easier the gluing of your diamonds on seats, on rockers and even on drilled diamonds.
  This machine can also measure the thickness of indented gaskets; control the MDAC alignment and the loading quality. It is made on the same mechanical structure than our EDM.

 High accuracy in centering and very easy operation makes the GAM the best tool to prepare your high pressure experiments.

Cryogenic Gas Loading System

  This equipment makes it easy to load cryogenic gases for all of your experiments in quasi-hydrostatic conditions.

  It can handle any gas except H2, He and Ne. It suits any type of DAC. It includes a safety valve to secure the loading.

  The Cryogenic Gas Loading System is composed of a thin stainless steel tank in order to ease the heat transfer from the liquid N2 towards the gas that has to be liquefied.

 A Ø65mm laminated glass window allows to easily observe the inside of the device.

A tool for measuring your gasket thickness
The MEJ01 was designed to ease the measurement of
the indented gaskets thicknesses.

There is no risk of deforming the gaskets with the steel points.

Mechanical features:
- Resolution: 0,001 mm - 0.00005”
- Mechanical aperture 6.35mm - 1/4”
- XY setting of the lower point.
- Interchangeable conical points.
- Conical point tip size: Ø 0.50 mm
- External sizes:
W= 65mm.
External Heating System
Do not hesitate to contact us for more details
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