New partnership with Delong Instruments

Authorised distributor for the LVEM 5 and LVEM 25E low voltage transmission electron microscopes

We are delighted to announce our new partnership with Delong Instruments. We have added transmission electron microscopes to our portfolio to give you even more options to solve your challenges.

Delong Instruments is a Czech company that has been active in electron optics, micro- and nanotechnology since 1992. They supply scientists all over the world with LVEM low voltage transmission electron microscopes and DIGUN Schottky electron guns. Institutional and industrial partners appreciate the unique custom and OEM solutions as well as the tailor-made special components manufactured from the first design to the finished instrument.

As an authorised distributor for the LVEM  5 and LVEM  25E low voltage transmission electron microscopes in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, we look forward to introducing you to the many advantages of these instruments.

Where can LVEMs help?

The idea behind LVEMs (Delong's Low Voltage Electron Microscopes) is simple: a transmission electron microscope should be available (and affordable) to every scientist.

Your advantages of the LVEM over conventional TEMs

  • Small and handy, quick and easy to install with only one connector
  • Low environmental requirements
  • Can be set up in a normal laboratory
  • Inexpensive to purchase and operation
  • Robust, easy regular maintenance, no special care required

Extra small, easy to integrate and affordable

LVEMs are truly undemanding in terms of space and other requirements. They do not require water cooling or air conditioning. They can be placed in any laboratory and only need to be connected to a normal electrical circuit.

Universal use and applications

The wide range of applications of LVEMs makes them universal tools for research groups from small teams to central institutions in life and material sciences.

You don't need to be a microscopy expert

Robust and easy to use, LVEMs allow you to start working with them after a short training period. This makes them ideal for diagnostic, research and inspection applications, as well as for teaching students.