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Why buy from Asylum Research probe stores?

Olympus cantilever AC160 TESP
Nanoworld cantilever Arrow UHF
Olympus AFM probes visible apex
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Need help? You've got it!

Asylum Research's scientists are experts in atomic force microscopy. We are here to help you choose the right probe for your experiment and help you get the best results:

    • Phone support
    • Email support with response in <24 hours
    • Customer forum to share questions
    • Free samples to try out probes

Get the best AFM probe brands.

Asylum Research carries the most popular probe brands from the leading probe manufacturers:

    • Asylum Research SurfRider Probes
    • Olympus
    • Nanoworld and Nanosensors
    • Rocky Mountain
    • Adama

Ordering probes is fast, easy and reliable.

Buying probes from Asylum Research probe stores could not be easier or more reliable:

    • Widest selection for all commercial models of AFMs
    • Easy ordering, fast delivery
    • Generate your own online quote
    • Flexible payment methods 
    • In-stock availability status for all products
    • Custom shipping options, even on your own account
    • #1 in customer service and technical support

Probes for all applications and scanning modes.

Asylum Research offers probes for virtually all measurement modes for all commercial AFMs:

    • Tapping mode
    • Contact mode
    • Nanoelectrical modes (CAFM, EFM, KPFM, SKPM, SCM, sMIM, STM)
    • Nanomechanical modes (AM-FM, contact resonance, force mapping)
    • Magnetic force microscopy (MFM)
    • Force measurements
    • All other modes for bio/materials science imaging

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