Heating In-Situ Holders

Single and double tilt heating holders for direct observation of micro structural phase changes, nucleation, growth, and dissolution processes.

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Bulk heating holders

  • Precise temperature control of specimen holder tip is maintained using a bulk furnace and a water cooled specimen rod
  • Heat loss from furnace to specimen tip is minimized using specialized ceramic furnace supports
Gatan model number Maximum
temperature1 (°C)
Furnace Specimen positioning Specimen securing Maximum electrical feedthroughs
628 1300


α tilt Hexring®
628 900 Inconel α tilt Hexring
652 1000 Tantalum α, β tilt Hexring
2 – 62
652 850 Inconel α, β tilt Hexring
2 – 62
1For small pole piece gaps, the 628 maximum temperature is limited to 1000 °C for tantalum furnace and 700 °C for Inconel furnace, and the 652 maximum temperature is limited to 900 °C for tantalum furnace and 700 °C for Inconel furnace
2Optional 2 – 6 for JEOL UHR, 2 maximum for other EMMs


Microscopy and Microanalysis

Singh, M. K.; Ghosh, C.; Miller, B.; Carter, C. B.

Ceramics International

He, L.; Ji, Y.; Ren, S.; Zhao, L.; Luo, H.; Liu, C.; Hao, Y.; Zhang, L.; Zhang, L.; Ren, X.



Models 628, 652


Single Tilt Heating Holder, model 628
Double Tilt Heating Holder, model 652

Experiment briefs

Real-time data processing and feedback during in-situ heating

Atomic-scale observation of oxygen delivery during catalyzed oxidation of carbon nanotubes


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