Solenoid magnets offer the most efficient method of high field generation; Oxford Instruments’ unique design capabilities and use of high-performance superconducting wires enable extremely compact solutions.
High homogeneity, high persistence magnets – typically 16 T – available for SS-NMR, EPR and ESR applications
Special-application magnets for e.g. ultra-high field development and dark matter
Multiple field-bore combinations for Proteox dilution refrigerators
Actively shielded magnet options for Proteox dilution refrigerator options to minimise overall stray field and reduce axial field in mitigation of eddy current heating at the mixing chamber
Standard 8 to 14 T options for TeslatronPT integrated-VTI systems
Oxford Instruments has pioneered the design of high field split-pair magnets for beamline, optical and superconducting wire testing applications.
"Traditional” liquid-helium-cooled and highly efficient helium-recondensing systems
Fully Cryofree® systems
Vertical or horizontal field orientation with parallel- and transverse-field access
Active shielding available to minimise stray field footprint
Asymmetric coil designs available to allow zero field shift for polarised neutron beams
Standard 7 T option for SpectromagPT magneto-optical system
Vector rotation superconducting magnets offer a range of experimental opportunities through the ability to tilt and rotate the magnetic field vector electrically, rather than mechanically rotating the sample with respect to the field.
Ability to tilt and rotate the magnetic field vector in two or three axes