High-level scientific research goes on despite Covid-19 setbacks, as evidenced by deliveries from Cryomagnetics of several of its cryogen-free systems to labs around the world. A developer of superconducting magnet systems and cryogenic equipment for scientific research, the company reports that it has made several deliveries of its cryogen-free systems to labs across the world recently.
Among them are the company’s 9-2-2 Tesla C-Mag 3-Axis Superconducting Magnet System, shown at top, that was delivered in July to a facility in China. The cryogen-free superconducting magnet system is cooled by a single Sumitomo 1.5W pulse tube cryocooler to conductively cool the magnet and cryostat as well as cooling a secondary closed loop helium circuit used for controlling the sample temperature. Up to 9 Tesla is possible from it in the Z-Axis or 2 Tesla in spherical vector rotation, says Cryomagnetics.
Another delivery in July brought its 7-Tesla Optical C-Mag Superconducting Magnet System to a lab in California. It is also a cryogen-free system, this one utilizing a Sumitomo 1.0W pulse tube cryocooler to conductively cool the magnet and cryostat as well as cooling a secondary closed loop helium circuit used for controlling the sample temperature. There is optical access both axial and perpendicular to the magnetic axis feature via diamond windows for measurement over a wide spectral range. A bottom mounted window allows for access to the Z-axis.
Cryomagnetics operates a complete engineering and manufacturing facility at its headquarters in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The company specializes in superconducting magnets, cryostats, cryogenic accessories and related electronic instrumentation. For more info, see www.cryomagnetics.com.