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Environment for studying electromagnetic and thermodynamic properties of superconducting and other materials in cryogenic temperatures. Test samples and components such as small magnets can be cooled by using liquid nitrogen (approx. -200 °C), mechanically by using cryocooler (approx. to -260 °C), or by liquid helium (down to -271 °C). We have high accuracy multimeters and DC current supply up to 800 A.


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