Scientific instrumentation

Around microscopy & for severe environments

Presentation

NewTec Scientific is a company that started its activity in February 2012, relying on the professional experience of three engineers Jacques Cabane, Hervé Nonon and Antoine Candeias.
Each engineer has a know-how in complementary fields, their association allows them to respond to very specific needs in different markets such as :
1. Instrumentation design to thermo-mechanically constrain materials
2. The transformation of scientific instruments to carry out analyses in hostile environments (nuclear, chemical, etc.) and the automation of scanning electron microscopes (SEMs).
3. Electronics, detectors and calibration methods

NEWTEC SCIENTIFIC designs and markets microscopy instrumentation:

  • MT1000: heating/cooling traction plate (cryo)
  • Cathodyne: Cathodoluminescence device for optical and SEM microscopes
  • FurnaSEM: In-situ SEM furnace up to 1000°C (use under partial or high vacuum and in oxidizing or reducing environment)
  • CELDI: In-situ cell for monitoring the reaction between a fluid and a liquid
  • CryoSTEM: Cryogenic device for cooling samples under SEM
  • SEM-Iris: Optical imaging device correlated to the SEM image
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Our solutions

Products around microscopy adaptable for aggressive environments.

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NEWTEC will be present at the HTCPM 2020 Exhibition in Toulon

http://htcpm2020.com/fr/index.html

NEWTEC will be present at the EMC 2020 in Copenhagen

https://eventegg.com/european-microscopy-congress/

"NewTec Scientific with its engineers and years of experience in microscopy combines its know-how to meet the needs of research institutions and industrials."