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Oxford Instruments Nanoscience Launch One Stop Shop for Cryogenic Spares

Published on March 28, 2012 at 7:30 PM

Oxford Instruments NanoScience, world leader in the supply of superconducting magnets and instrumentation for research at low temperatures, launches its new Cryospares website wwww.cryospares.com, the one stop shop for all your cryogenic spares and accessories needs.

The new site offers online ordering via secure SSL payment or by providing a purchase order number. Customers can also generate their own quotation, manage their account and track their orders online.

We offer the most extensive range of cryogenic spares and accessories with over 800 products including a range of laboratory essentials, cryogenic accessories, thermometry and vacuum accessories. The website also includes the new MercuryiTC cryogenic temperature controller and MercuryiPS magnet power supply as well as a range of optical cryostats.

For more information, please visit www.cryospares.com

About Oxford Instruments NanoScience

Internationally recognised as world leaders in superconductivity and ultra low temperature cryogenic environments, Oxford Instruments NanoScience is driving innovation in these fields. The company's leading-edge technologies support research in nanotechnology, solid state and condensed matter physics. Combining outstanding technical expertise, original thinking and a commitment to meeting customers' needs, Oxford Instruments NanoScience enables real advances both in research and commercial applications by providing the high quality technological environments needed to meet demanding experimental requirements. Oxford Instruments NanoScience is part of the Oxford Instruments plc group.

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