Cryostat

A cryostat is a device used in science, engineering, and medicine to sustain very low temperatures of the samples or devices which are mounted inside it. Most commonly, a cryogenic fluid bath assembled inside the vessel and containing a liquid such as helium maintains these cryogenic temperatures. Cryostats generally cost in the region of USD$8,000 to $12,000.

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Medical Devices
The Thermo Scientific CryoStar NX70 Cryostat is specifically designed to accommodate the needs of both research and clinical laboratories by introducing a form-fitting design, integrated height control and motorized sectioning.
Features fast and stress-free production of high-quality cryostat sections. The Thermo Scientific HM 525 Cryostat is a semi-electronic cryostat with stepper motor advance that provides superior consistency and reliability of sectioning results.
Based on the long-established and reliable OTF/AS cryostat, the new OTF5000 brings the extensive range of Bright cryostats completely up to date.
The model MNT features convenient operation and a modern fully automatic rotary microtome. For extra convenience the system includes a spaceous stainless steel chamber, 24 easily accessible freezing positions and well illuminated cooling chamber that can be effectively cooled down to -35 °C.
The MTC is a unique complete bench top cryostat for use in histology/pathology and research laboratories. The compact design makes this instrument an ideal backup for installed high-end cryostats and cost efficient alternative for low turnover applications.
The 9400 cryostat is the largest cryostat in our range, although its uses are similar for those mentioned for the 8250, the standard features for this machine are more comprehensive.
Not since cryostats were invented has there been such a small, portable yet convenient instrument. Featuring many design concepts developed from our continuous research programme, the Starlet cryostat is available in a choice of either handwheel or lever operation. In addition to standard voltages, the Starlet is available as a battery operated 12V DC version ensuring that this cryostat really is one of the most versatile possible.
The model MEV features convenient operation and a modern semi-automatic rotary microtome. For extra convenience the system includes a spaceous stainless steel chamber, 24 easily accessible freezing positions and well illuminated cooling chamber that can be effectively cooled down to -35 °C.
Thermo Scientific Cryotome FSE Cryostat is a fifth-generation instrument adapted to multiple users and samples.
Thermo Scientific HM 550 Cryostats are high quality and versatile cryostats designed for clinical or research applications.
The use of cryostat microtomes to prepare frozen sections for microscopy is widely known, and the Bright Instrument Company has been specialising in this field for years, but for some applications these cryostats are simply not large enough or powerful enough. It is for these cases that the 8250 has been developed.