For over 90 years, Maurer Magnetic has been working in the field of magnet technology with permanent magnets, permanent magnet systems and solutions for measuring magnetism. In addition, it has also been dealing with new, groundbreaking developments in the field of demagnetization of ferromagnetic materials for several years.
In order to be able to measure limit values (Gauss, mT or A / cm) it is not only necessary to have a precise measuring device. Maurer Magnetic has also opened a new chapter in the reproducibility of measuring residual magnetism. Here you will learn how to correctly measure residual magnetism.
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Benefit from our many years of extensive knowledge about magnetism. We are pleased to share our know-how with you.
The right choice of magnet material, magnetisation type and magnet system is the basis for an optimal, customer-oriented solution.
The internationally tested new demagnetization approaches have been proven to exceed by far the methods used up to now, such as low-frequency generator, yoke and tunnel coils, as well as direct current pulse technology. Absolute process reliability and productivity is guaranteed, even below the level of the earth’s magnetic field.
Maurer Magnetic manufactures specialized equipment designed to meet the need for measuring residual magnetism. Standards for measuring residual magnetism have yet to be established worldwide. Thanks to its accuracy and reproducibility, Maurer Magnetic sets a new standard, which has already been established as the company standard in countless industrial companies.
Detecting and measuring residual magnetism is central to process technology. Maurer Magnetic presents the well-established and widely used measuring devices, M-Test LL, for measuring residual magnetism. The consistent implementation of the measurement provides the basis for controlling processes in industrial applications that suffer from unwanted magnetic influences. Maurer Magnetic also has extremely powerful demagnetization processes…
Maurer Magnetic presents itself at this year’s parts2clean under the motto “Magnetically pure”. Cleaning ferromagnetic components without demagnetizing them can work. However, demagnetization not only speeds up the cleaning process, it is usually indispensable when a desired level of cleanliness is required. Because too high residual magnetism values are often the cause of particle adhesion,…
Finally, the time has come again, Maurer Magnetic takes part in this year’s Surface Technology in Stuttgart. Visit us from 21 – 23 June 2022 in hall 1, booth 10. More
Holding forces of permanent magnets are usually specified only under ideal conditions: at 20°C and with direct contact of the magnet to the holding surface. In a real application, however, this is not the case. The actual temperature is often higher and the magnet does not lie directly on the holding surface, e.g. because of…