TriLambda40™ – 13 nm voxel size in a laboratory CT system
TriLambda40 from our partner Sigray is the computer tomography system with the highest resolution world-wide. It boasts a spatial resolution of up to 40 nm and allows the selection of different energy levels for various experimental requirements. Up to 3 energy levels can be united in the system.
- 8 keV (for metallic samples and semiconductors)
- 6.4 keV (for ceramic materials)
- 5.4 keV (for rock samples, stained cell samples and bones)
- 2.7 keV (for unstained cell samples)
TriLambda40™ was specially developed for researchers who need a synchrotron for their XRM experiments and who spend a lot of time waiting for beam time. Based on the development of a brand-new multi-target, microfocus x-ray tube and special proprietary x-ray optics, the system reaches a resolution and sensitivity comparable with that on a synchrotron. The figure on page one gives an overview of the internal setup of the TriLambda40™ system.
|Voxel size||13 nm|
|Field of view||18 µm|
|Sample size||15-25 µm|
|Contrast mode||Absorption and phase contrast|
|Source||Sigray proprietary microfocus x-ray source|
|Target material||Standard: Cr (5.4 keV), Fe (6.4 keV) and Cu (8.0 keV), |
further materials possible