Laboratory Magnets, Laboratory Equipment, Lab Magnets
Our testing laboratory houses a range of laboratory equipment, representing smaller scaled versions of our industrial product range.
Magnets used in Research Laboratories often present some magnetic challenges. HSMAG Magnet are frequently asked to provide a magnetic assembly with a specific shape or strength of field for a particular experiment. Sometimes these are required to work in harsh environments or within a limited space.
We’re happy to look at all your requirements and proud to have partnered in a wide range of exciting experiments and research over the years. So, if you’re looking for a specific strength dipole or need a magnet or assembly as part of your work, then please contact us with your requirements.
We appreciate that these are often one-off requirements but we have developed an adjustable dipole that could be used for more than one experiment. The variable gap/strength ranges from 6-30mm and a field strength of 1.1T-0.65T.
When subjecting an implant to an MR safety test, it is not always necessary to expose the implant to the three types of fields generated by an MR scanner (the static magnetic, gradient magnetic, and RF electromagnetic field) simultaneously. Instead, these field types can be separated and can be applied to the implant in separate tests.
Therefore MR safety testing does not always require the use of an MR scanner, but can be conducted in controlled laboratory test systems and simulators. MR:comp is offering sophisticated test systems for simulating the switched gradient magnetic field (dB/dt) of MR systems on a controlled laboratory level. The systems cover the requirements of the future ISO Technical Specification ISO/TS 10974 for testing MR safety of active implantable medical devices and are listed on the right side.
HSMAG has a testing laboratory with experienced staff to ensure that the most suitable and cost-effective machinery is supplied to each application. Our testing laboratory houses a range of laboratory equipment, representing smaller scaled versions of our industrial product range.
HSMAG Magnets can offer its laboratory magnetic separation equipment to customers who wish to test their product stream for magnetic properties on a possible daily or weekly basis.
Typical examples of applications are;
Sample Testing facilities
And other processes where sample testing is required.
HSMAG Magnets offer a full range of laboratory equipment. All laboratory machines are custom designed to clients requirements.
Teflon PTFE Rare Earth Magnetic Stirring Bar, Rare Earth SmCo Power Stirring Bars, PTFE Rare Earth Samarium-Cobalt Stirring Bar, Cylindrical / Elliptical / Octahedral / Oval / Octagon with Pivot Ring / Tapered / Triangular Rare Earth Magnetic Stir Bars Rare Earth Magnetic Stirring Bar – Exceptional strength coupled with almost total resistance to demagnetisation. Identified by an inert carbon black spot. TURBo PTFE Extra Power […]
Glass Encased Magnetic Stir Bars, Telfon Glass Covered Magnetic Stirring Bar, PTFE Magnetic Stirrers Glass Stir Bars, Spinbar Round Pyrex Glass Coated Magnetic Stir Bar, Glass encapsulated Alnico magnet stirring bars Glass Magnetic Stir Bar is perfect for mixing solutions that would likely stain PTFE magnetic stirrers, glass stir bars are sure not to stain, keeping its inert properties, all […]
Micro Color-Coded Stirring Bar PTFE Coated, Colour Micro Magnetic Stir Bar Teflon PTFE Coated, Spinbar Micro Color-Coded Stirring Bar, Micro Stirring Bar Micro Stirring Bar can be used for stirring test tubes, micro-beakers, and other small containers. The stir bar is covered in blue / red / yellow PTFE resin and features an Alnico V magnetic core which is one of […]
PTFE Octagonal Color-Coded Stirring Bar, Teflon Coated Colour Coded Magnetic Stir Bar, Teflon PTFE coated Color Magnetic Stir Bar Octahedral, Octagon Color-Coded Magnetic Stirring Bar Color-Coded Stirring Bar Octagon with integral pivot ring are the most commonly used shape. Their interrupted profile provides greater surface area and added turbulence when compared to the smooth surface of cylindrical bars. These color-coded […]