Superconducting magnet

superconducting magnet
superconducting magnet
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Min.: 2 K

Max.: 20 K


We have over 60 years of experience designing solenoid magnet systems and standard magnets fields up to 20 T at 4.2 K. We've also produced systems for many applications including MRI, NMR ICR, and can combine field orientation, field strength (up to 22 T) with low temperature to provide you with a uniquely powerful measurement platform. • 8-20 T standard options available at 4.2 K wet • 2-16 T standard options available dry • Range of standard bore sizes and homogeneities to suit most application • Actively shield options to minimise overall stray field or axial field on request • Wet, dry, and recondensing options are available A range of standard solenoids are available providing fields of up to 20 T at 4.2 K in Cryofree, Recon and Wet variants. Understanding the experimental application is important so we can help you choose the right solution for to be suit your needs. Additional non-standard options on request include larger homogenous volumes, gradient coils, sweep coils, modulation coils, higher stability and customised field profiles for special applications (Nuclear Demag, for example). • Semiconductors Quantum Hall effect • Quantum dots • Single electron tunnelling • Quantum computing Magneto-resistance • Hall effect • RF transport • High frequency conductivity • Solid state physics Heavy fermion systems • Metal insulator transition • Spin glass • Mesoscopic systems • Giant magnetic resistance Specific heat • De Haas-van Alphen oscillations • Electrical resistivity • Magneto-resistance • Neutron scattering • Superconductivity Low Tc superconductors • Quantum computing • Josephson junctions • Flux vortices


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