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Nano-Scan – is a product of years-long research and development by leading Russian scientists. The instrument is designed for observation of nano-objects and surfaces with super high resolution
The instrument is used for visual observation of nano-objects.
    The instrument combines:
  • Internet-enabled remote operation functions
  • compact size
  • open architecture
  • powerful software

The microscope supports over 50 scanning probe microscopy methods, which allows you to conduct research in various areas such as nanomaterials, chemistry, physics, biology, medicine etc.

Maximum functionality

Nano-Scan open architecture provides ample opportunities for research, as now you can optimize the microscope for most accurate experiments

First-rate electronics

Nano-Scan has its own controller developed on the basis of 16-bit chips with a record-low noise

Helicobacter Pylori
Helicobacter Pylori. 4x4 um

Powerful software

The microscope comes with Nano-Scan Online software package.


Easy Scanning

With Nano-Scan you can both observe micron-size items and get atomic-scale resolution. The microscope repeatedly scans the same areas of surface with different resolutions, so you can explore your samples in highest detail

Nano-Scan AFM/STM main base

 True vertical probe/sample initial approach
 Initial approach — step motor
 Initial approach range — up to 4 mm
 Initial approach step size — 30 nm
 Typical thermal drift — less than 1 nm/s
 Sample position — horizontal
 Sample size — up to 15 mm in diameter, 5 mm in height
 Scan size — 2 µ or 10 µ
 Scan rate — up to 30 Hz
 Sample holder — magnetic


  • Nanoparticles and nanotechnology
  • Polymers
  • Thin films and coatings
  • Biostructures
  • Inorganic compounds
  • Nanolithography
  • Semiconductors