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MI Releases Re-Liquification QHR System

June 26, 2016

Measurements International Ltd (MI) has been supplying customers around the World with the first and only proven Portable QHR system for over 15 years.

MI is pleased to offer customers an alternative to using liquid helium for QHR measurements. Using advanced technology the 6800B does not require the purchase and transfer of liquid helium which equates to an easier to use lower cost of operation system. The 6800B uses helium gas and condenses into liquid. While the system is cold the boil off gas is continually condensed into liquid for long continuous operation!

Customers can now operate at a significant cost reduction allowing more room in the budget for other items.  Or customers can generate their own liquid helium for other applications such as the operation of their voltage standard.

Visit the 6800B Product Page for more information!

MI Canada Attending APMP 2017

November 24, 2017

Measurements International Ltd. is pleased to announce attendance at the Asia Pacific Metrology Programme. Located at the CSIR-National Phyisical Laboratory in New Delhi, India. From November 24th to December 1st. APMP is a collaboration of National Measurement Institutes in the Asia-Pacific region, which is a forum to aid the improvement in measurement capability of respective National Metrology […]

MI Japan Attends NCSLI Japan

November 13, 2017

Measurements International Ltd and MI Japan were excited to be a part of NCSLI Japan, 2017!  NCSL International is a global, non-profit organization whose membership is open to any organization with an interest in metrology and its application in research, development, education, and commerce. With the annual Japan event held in Tokyo on November 8th, 2017. On […]

MI Announces a Joint Research Collaboration with The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

July 18, 2017

July 15th, 2017, 08:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time Measurements International (MI) Announces a Joint Research Collaboration with The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to Develop a Commercial Graphene Based Quantum Hall System.