Remove Vibration Noise from Your SEM Today

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For over 25 years, Herzan has been helping scanning electron microscope (SEM) users achieve more from their research by removing disruptive vibration noise from affecting their SEM. Vibration noise can cause distortions to occur in the imaging, making understanding the data collected less precise. Learn more about our proven strategies and solutions for SEMs by downloading our latest Solutions Guide.

Why Choose Herzan?


  • Active vibration isolation in all six degrees of freedom
  • Vibration isolation starting at 0.5 Hz (with the LFS System upgrade)
  • Up to 55 dB of vibration noise reduction
  • Modular and scalable design, capable of supporting industry’s largest SEMs (AVI Series)
  • Simple to install solutions that do not require persistent maintenance or adjustments

Our Legacy of Supporting Electron Microscopes

  • IMG_1023 (2)We design comprehensive environmental solutions catering specifically to the needs of electron microscopy users
  • We offer isolation systems that address all forms of environmental noise, including vibration and acoustic noise, as well as magnetic fields
  • We partner with end users to customize solutions entirely, ensuring all unique research requirements are being carefully considered
  • We support all major electron microscopy manufacturers, either directly or through individual end users, to remove environmental noise from their imaging
  • We build solutions for a wide range of electron microscopes, from compact desktop SEMs to large-scale TEMs


  • 30-day satisfaction guarantee with full money back if unsatisfied with results (or for any other reason)
  • Free and no hassle product evaluation
  • Experienced sales and technical support to help answer any of your questionsHerzan-Product-Highlights-Image---WOSB-SwissMade-Cropped

Advanced Solutions for Difficult Environments

What Our Users Are Saying

“We feel quite positive about the performance of the AVI Series. The anti-vibration system reduces the vibration seen in the images, and at the same time maintains vertical stability of the laser interaction with the emitter tip.”
– Professor at the California Institute of Technology

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