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Solenoid Magnets

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 

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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).

The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL) has recently demonstrated a 32 Tesla all-superconducting user magnet. Achieving this major milestone is a step change in high field, compact magnets and important for research into new science and materials discovery. It enhances our understanding and knowledge of superconducting and nanomaterials, leading to new nano-devices and applications.

For the full article, click here: New era in high field superconducting magnets – opening new frontiers in science, nanotechnology and materials discovery

  • 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
  • Quantum initial phenomena Electrical resistivity
  • Scanning spectroscopy (STM/AFM)
  • SQUID characterisation 
  • AC susceptibility
  • Astrophysics & cosmology Low temperature detectors
  • Superconducting tunnel junctions
  • Ge bolometers Electrothermal measurements
  • Voltage biased measurements
  • Low energy photon detection
  • Metrology Quantum Hall effect
  • Voltage standards
  • Current standards Magneto-resistance
  • DC & AC low frequency transport and magnetic measurements
  • Single electron tunnelling

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