Magnetically soft materials
Materials with low coercive field strengths are referred to as magnetically soft material. Materials that are especially magnetically soft include, among others, the material Supermalloy, which is used, for example, to shield rooms in which brain waves are measured.
With measuring systems from FOERSTER, magnetically soft materials can be precisely tested for magnetic properties such as the relative permeability or flux density.
MAGNETOSCOP: The MAGNETOSCOP is a portable magnetometer system with probes for measuring the magnetic flux density and the relative permeability.
MAGNETOMAT: The MAGNETOMAT stationary measuring system is for precise measurement of the magnetic flux density and the relative permeability.
KOERZIMAT HCJ: The KOERZIMAT HCJ measuring system is used for the precise and automatic measurement of the coercive field strength HcJ.
Products for Magnetically soft materials
KOERZIMAT 1.097 HCJ/J-H
System for the measurement of coercivity HCJ, hysteresis J(H) and relative permeability µr(H)