Technifab’s WhisperTech line of exceptionally quiet detector dewars can cover the entire electromagnetic spectrum. Detector dewars are used to reduce the temperature of an electromagnetic sensor and the first stage amplifier, often a field effect transistor. By reducing the temperature the noise level of the components are exponentially reduced. Thus a cleaner, better signal comes out of the detector used in the product.
Our WhisperTech line of detector dewars are constructed to the highest quality standards. Whatever tolerances you specify, our quality assurance program will ensure conformance on each and every unit. We understand the importance of reducing microphonics and will work with you on design and processes to deliver to you “noise-free” dewars.
Over the years we have developed a reputation for high quality and competitive prices. Whether the detector is for X-rays or Infrared radiation, undesirable thermal and vibratory mechanical noise is held to a minimum by using the Technifab manufactured dewar.
Detector dewars can be used in a wide variety of equipment used to sense x-ray, infrared, and other electromagnetic radiation. Specific equipment includes:
- Scanning Electron Microscopes (SEM) and Transmission Electron Microscopes (TEM)
- X-ray spectrometers
- Night vision and other equipment used to detect heat sources
We customize our products to your needs. We offer:
- Tight tolerances
- Manufactured to your specifications
- Any capacity
- Painted or unpainted
- Large or small quantities
- Temperature and other sensors to meet your needs
- Vacuum jacketed lines to deliver colder, purer cryogens to the dewar
Technifab offers a complete line of WhisperTech detector dewars for scientific instruments.
Reducing ambient noise levels is the key to getting the best possible signal measurement for any electromagnetic radiation dector. Technifab’s detector dewars are constructed to minimize microphonics (caused by mechanical vibration creating output variation) so signal noise levels are decreased. Special construction techniques are used to reduce liquid nitrogen vaporization which can cause dewar and sensor vibration. We also use proprietary surface treatments and special component suspension systems inside the dewar to reduce vibration. Finally conductivity is minimized through the use of heat chokes and a low conductivity component suspension system inside the dewar.
Our Cryogenic Resource Library includes an Detector Dewar Construction on the special techniques used in detector dewar construction.