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Dramatic reduction of measurement time with low-cost, energy-saving, high sensitivity probe
The “SuperCOOL” probe (the detection coil is cooled to liquid nitrogen temperature) is highly cost efficient when compared with the “UltraCOOL” probe (the detection coil is cooled to liquid helium temperature).
SuperCOOL probes come with a new cooling system that does not require a water chiller. As it can run experiments in one-ninth of the time, measurements which used to take several days can now be made in a few hours, thus improving the operational efficiency of the instrument.
- Observable nuclei : 13C, 31P, 15N, 29Si, 1H
- Two to three-fold sensitivity improvement for 13C, sensitivity more than doubled for 1H, when compared with a conventional room temperature probe.
- Wide operational temperature range from -40 to 150 °C
- Auto tuning and matching
- Field Gradient capability
- Pre-amplifiers cooled to low temperature for optimum sensitivity gain
- Operation without consuming coolant for more than one year is possible (circulating type)
- Liquid nitrogen dewar can be refilled during active data acquisition (open type)
- Optional ”Probe Lifter”, enabling easy probe change
Measurement time is reduced to approx. one-eighth that of room temperature probe.
A 24 hour measurement by a room temperature probe can be done in less than three hours using a SuperCOOL probe.
Measurements at high temperatures up to 150 °C and the high sensitivity of SuperCOOL probe show outstanding results for polymer samples, etc.
Difference between UltraCOOL probe and SuperCOOL probe
Uses cryogenically cooled helium gas to achieve ultra-low temperature using recirculating type chiller. The coil/pre-amplifier temperature is much lower than that achieved in the SuperCOOL probe
probe Uses cryogenically cooled helium gas to achieve low temperature using recirculating type chiller. With the circulating type design the coil/pre-amplifier temperature is slightly higher than UltraCOOL probe. With the open type design, liquid nitrogen is used to achieve very low coil/pre-amplifier temperature.