CSInstruments is a French scientific equipment manufacturer specialized in the conception of Atomic Force Microscope and options designed for existing AFM (Resiscope, High Voltage Amplifier, Magnetic modules …).
Its activities are focused on research, development and design of simple solution, innovative and quality around the AFM to allow researchers and industry to improve their research project.
The product range proposed by CSInstruments is designed and manufactured to help the scientific community to achieve nanometer performances that meet the research needs and requirements for actual and future nanoscience applications.
CSInstruments offers its products internationally through distributors.
CSInstruments was founded by a team of experts working in AFM field for more than 20 years, starting as pioneer with some historical manufacturers. CSInstruments activity is also based on a qualified and dynamic team, experienced in the fields of mechanics, electronics and data processing. This expertise ensures innovation and performance in the production of AFM and achieves an excellent price/performance ratio!
Located in the heart of the « Plateau de Saclay », first Science and Technology area in France, CSInstruments, take advantage from collaborations with High School and Universities. One of them, allowed the commercialization of a unique technology developed in Supelec High school research laboratories: the Resiscope II.
CSInstruments is listening to the demand and the evolution of scientific research and offers to scientists more efficient products with high quality and upgradable to meet their requirements as well.
On a SPM market in constant growth, CSInstruments offers powerful AFM systems and accessories at competitive prices.
CSInstruments began by providing the AFM accessories ResiScope which allows the characterization of conductive surface. Today, CSInstruments is proposing a complete AFM microscope: the Nano-Observer, a high quality research AFM giving life to an affordable solution for any research laboratory or industry..
CSInstruments equipments are used for a variety of applications in the field of nanoscience, materials, surface science, polymers, thin films, semiconductors, biomaterials, photovoltaics, conductive surface characterization…
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