Standard Split Pair Magnets
Offered here are superconducting magnets only. For complete systems, click on the “Systems” tab on top of this page for information on bucket dewar, room temperature bore, cryogen-free, and other systems.
As a major OEM Manufacturer, Cryomagnetics can offer superconducting magnets for integration into other manufacturer’s systems. As a benefit to individual researchers, they may wish to purchase a superconducting magnet only, and build (or purchase) the support components separately.
For researchers who require access to the high field region of the magnet through a radial port (for optical or other applications), we offer a line of standard and high field split pair magnets. These magnets provide both axial and transverse field access
Like their standard solenoid counterparts, standard split coils are made using multi-filamentary NbTi superconducting wire impregnated with epoxy. Due to the fact the peak fields in the superconducting windings are higher in split pairs than in solenoids, maximum fields are limited to 8T.
High field split pair superconducting magnets will also have Nb3Sn windings. These windings are vacuum impregnated with epoxy to insure magnet stability without unintentional quenches. High field designs include superconducting magnets up to 11T at 4.2K.
Cryogen-Free split pairs for OEM Integration are also available.
Custom applications are quoted by request. Contact us with your specifications.
Standard Split-Pair Magnets
|Model||Field (4.2K)||Split Access||Homogeneity*||Current 4.2K)||Inductance|
* Homogeneity is measured over a 10mm diameter spherical volume (DSV).
Specifications Subject to Change.
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