minusK TECHNOLOGY - Workstations/Optical Tables

Minus K puts their BM-1 isolator on a compact workstation stand to allow the high performance in a small space. This is very helpful for labs with space limitations.

For larger workstations, Minus K has partnered with Kinetic Systems to offer the MK26 workstation and now the MK52 optical table. Kinetic systems manufactures the table top, legs and accessories with the Minus K negative Stiffness vibration isolators mounted inside these systems. Standard workstation sizes are 2 1/2' x 3' and 3' x 4' with optical table from 3' x 5' to 5' x 8'.

The MK26 Series offers the ultimate performance for a wide range of instruments, such as analytical balances, cell injection, confocal microscopes, patch clamping, optical microscopes, wafer probing, sensor calibration atomic force microscopes and other sensitive equipment in fields such as semiconductor processing, telecommunications, aerospace engineering, and medical research. While the MK52 Series is the premier choice for large applications requiring high resolution such as: Raman spectroscopy, atomic force microscopy (AFM), AFM-Raman integration, and micro hardness testing.

With a large variety of accessories there are more than enough options for any lab.

Custom table sizes can also be made upon request.

(All the vibration isolator performance stats are in the BM-1 bench top spec sheet - all these units use the BM-1 isolators)

More information:

Front Cover MK26.pdf

MK52 Press Release pg1.pdf

MK52 Press Release pg2.pdf

WS-4 Spec Sheet.pdf

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