|TMC’s optical tables and isolation systems offer industry-leading performance and rigidity thanks to an all-steel construction and the highest core density and smallest honeycomb cell area on the market.
CleanTop Performance series have three levels or damping performance as well as a multitude of configuration options for a variety of use cases. Individual tables can even be mechanically coupled in order to create complex rigid table shapes without loss of damping performance.
|CleanBench™ is the next generation of our industry standard 63 series lab tables. TMC’s vibration isolation lab tables lead the industry in performance and are ideal for a wide variety of applications including AFM, Confocal Microscopy, IVF, Patch-Clamping, Interferometry, and Metrology. CleanBench incorporates TMC’s unique Gimbal Piston Vibration Isolators and a tabletop with enhanced performance and features.
||The CleanBench Aktiv™ lab table is TMC’s latest breakthrough in advanced floor vibration control.
Designed to isolate ultra-precision instruments from building floor vibration down to below 1 Hz, CleanBench Aktiv is ideal for optical microscopes, scanning probe microscopes, interferometers, and other surface metrology instruments.
- Patented Everstill technology. Serial type active architecture achieves vibration cancellation starting at 0.5 Hz.
- Hybrid design with two stages of isolation. MaxDamp air isolators supported by Everstill. The performance of the two stages is additive.
- Advanced vibration sensor technology. Incorporates geophone type velocity sensors for sub-Hz performance. Better low frequency sensitivity than accelerometers.
- Ease of installation and setup featuring retractable casters and a roll-off crate
|LaserTable-Base™ offers an extraordinary level of improvement over existing technology in the amount of vibration isolation attainable with an Optical Table.
Typically, optical tables are supported by low-frequency pneumatic vibration isolation systems. Though very effective at isolating high frequencies, these passive systems actually amplify vibration in the critical 1 to 3 Hz range.