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Magnetic Shield Corporation


Magnetic Shield Corporation has published these technical articles:

(Product and Material Testing)
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AC Magnetic Field Evaluator Probes are intended for magnetic field measurements at low frequencies only. They do not measure fields generated by DC current flow or permanent magnet fields.... (View Full Article)
(Metal Shapes and Stock)
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Magnetic shielding materials re-direct a magnetic field so it lessens the field's influence on the item being shielded. Shielding does not eliminate or destroy magnetic fields, nothing does. It does,... (View Full Article)
(Product and Material Testing)
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The traditional CGS units for measuring magnetic fields are Gauss and Oersted. Magnetic flux density is measured in Gauss, while magnetic field intensity is measured in Oersted.... (View Full Article)
(Metal Shapes and Stock)
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Typically, most people have been exposed to the phenomena created when you lay a bar magnet on a table, place a piece of glass over it and sprinkle iron filings on the glass. What turns up is a... (View Full Article)
(Metals and Alloys)
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Many scientific calculations (solutions to problems) assume that something goes to infinity. Our Calculator is based on this assumption. Now it's very difficult to work with a magnetic shield that is... (View Full Article)
(Enclosures)
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The answer to this question depends on several factors. Shielding the source may involve stronger fields, and therefore thicker materials.... (View Full Article)
(Metals and Alloys)
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EMI (electro magnetic interference) can be roughly classified by the frequency of the interfering signal. Although some users may consider differing break points, approximate ranges are shown below.... (View Full Article)
(Metals and Alloys)
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Magnetic permeability refers to a material's ability to absorb magnetic flux. It is defined as the ratio of the intensity of induced magnetization in the material to the intensity of the inducing... (View Full Article)
(Metals and Alloys)
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The two primary magnetic shield alloys offered by Magnetic Shield Corporation have differing characteristics that sometimes suggest that one or the other (or sometimes both) be used.... (View Full Article)
(Part Fabrication Services)
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CO-NETIC AA alloy always requires a special annealing process to develop its full magnetic properties. If fabrication involves severe drawing, forming or welding operations, the properties of the... (View Full Article)
(Coating Services and Finishing Services)
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To obtain optimum magnetic properties, annealing MuMetal® alloy following fabrication is essential.... (View Full Article)
(Metal Shapes and Stock)
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There is no known material that blocks magnetic fields without itself being attracted to the magnetic force.... (View Full Article)