Quantifoil Micro Tools GmbH 于 1999 年在德国耶拿成立，主要生产和销售 用于电子显微镜的专有 QUANTIFOIL ®支撑膜。我们的多孔碳膜是市场上第一款具有预定孔尺寸、形状和排列的穿孔支撑膜。多年来，我们不断扩大我们的产品范围，现在QUANTIFOIL ®支撑箔可提供 25 种不同几何形状的全系列 TEM 网格材料和设计。
Quantifoil 不断发展壮大，2012 年，我们搬进了位于耶拿附近 Großlöbichau 的新工厂，以满足不断增长的业务的未来技术要求。2019 年 7 月，Quantifoil 成为SPT 生命科学集团的一部分。
我们现在雇佣了 10 多名高素质员工，直接或通过我们广泛的经销商网络为来自 30 多个国家的工业和学术界的研究人员提供服务。为确保我们的 QUANTIFOIL ® 支撑膜和其他碳涂层网格的质量，我们熟练的技术人员使用光学和/或电子显微镜检查每个支撑膜和基础网格。
作为专注于提供最高质量的最新创新产品的制造公司，我们很高兴与社区分享我们在微结构方面的经验，我们因愿意响应特殊要求而受到重视。我们的产品范围不断扩大，现在包括 UltrAuFoil ®金网格上的多孔金支架系列，通过减少光束引起的运动，可以在更小的分子上以最高分辨率收集数据。
Quantifoil Micro Tools GmbH was founded in 1999 in Jena, Germany to manufacture and market proprietary QUANTIFOIL® support films for electron microscopy. Our Holey Carbon Films were the first perforated support films with predefined hole size, shape and arrangement on the market. Over the years, we have successively expanded our product range and QUANTIFOIL® support foils are now available in 25 different geometries on a full range of TEM grid materials and designs.
Quantifoil has grown continuously and, in 2012, we moved into our new facility in Großlöbichau near Jena to accommodate the future technical requirements of the growing business. In July 2019, Quantifoil became part of the SPT Life Sciences group.
We now employ more than 10 highly-qualified staff, serving researchers in industry and academia from more than 30 countries, both directly and via our extensive distributor network. To ensure the quality of our QUANTIFOIL® support films and other carbon coated grids, every support film and base grid is checked by our skilled technical staff using optical and/or electron microscopy as appropriate.
As manufacturing firm focused on supplying the latest innovations at the highest quality, it is our pleasure to share our experience in micro-structuring with the community and we are valued for our willingness to respond to special requirements. Our product range has continued to expand, now encompassing the UltrAuFoil® range of holey gold supports on gold grids which, by reducing beam-induced motion, allow data collection at the highest resolutions on ever smaller molecules.