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PT120, PT130, PT140 Piezo Scanner Tubes for AFM, SPM

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PT series piezoceramic tubes are used in a wide range of applications from microdispensing to scanning microscopy. These monolithic components contract laterally (radially) and longitudinally when a voltage is applied between their inner and outer electrodes. Multi-electrode tubes are available to provide XYZ motion for use in manipulation and scanning microscopy applications (PI also provides ultra-high linearity closed-loop scanning stages for SPM and nanomanipulation). Precision and Flexibility: PI Ceramic's Strength
PT piezo tubes are manufactured to the tightest tolerances. We can provide tubes with diameters as small as 0.8 mm and tolerances as tight as 0.025 mm.

All manufacturing processes at PI Ceramic are set-up for maximum flexibility. Should our standard actuators not fit your application, let us provide you with a custom design. Our engineers will work with you to find the optimum solution for your application, at a very attractive price, even for small quantities. Some of our custom capabilities are listed below: Custom Materials Custom Voltage Ranges Custom Geometries Custom Displacement Extra-Tight Tolerances Applied Sensors Special High / Low Temperature Versions Ultra-High Vacuum Versions.

Product PT120, PT130, PT140 Piezo Scanner Tubes for AFM, SPM
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