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Cubic Multi Anvil System

Rockland Research Corporation specializes in the design and manufacture of equipment tailored to custom applications.

Cubic Multi-Anvil
Rockland's recent cubic multi-anvil system was designed to operate at pressures as high as 60 kbar with large sample volumes (1 cm3) and to be interchangeable with the Walker module. Six anvils are driven into the sample assembly by a set of anvil and wedge drivers using the top and bottom plates of the module. In the view to the right, the top set of drivers and top anvil have been removed to show the bottom and four side anvils. In the cubic-anvil module, six anvils press on a cubic pressure medium. This device, as currently configured, can attain pressures up to 6 GPa on samples comparable in size to those used in a 0.5" piston-cylinder cell.
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Peter McNutt
Rockland Research Corporation
16 Tompkins Avenue
West Nyack, NY  10994
P:(845) 353-4686
F:(845) 358-9119

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Mr. Yu Yang
China Changchun M.P.M. Foreign Economic & Trade Co., Ltd.
No. 303 Nanchang Road
Changchun, China
P: 0431-88544917
F: 0431-88525306
M: 13904325734

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