11.12.2017 / Carbide parts are magnetized both during production and in use and it is not always possible to identify a single source of the residual magnetism. The following application note discusses the demagnetization of tungsten carbides. For the demagnetization of carbides, commonly include cobalt as a binder, very high field strengths are required, which sometimes exceed 200 kA/m (25 mT / 250 Gauss). A reduction of residual magnetism can be achieved at lower field strengths.
14.04.2016 / Five cases of applications illustrate the risks associated with magnetized workpieces.
08.04.2016 / In many cases the effect of conventional demagnetization processes is inadequate. Treated parts are demagnetized thoroughly and completely using a new method.
25.02.2016 / Under the motto “Residual Magnetism – the Invisible Enemy” Maurer Magnetic presents the measurement and demagnetizing equipment of its Business Unit “Maurer Degaussing” at the Control 2016.
24.02.2016 / Under the motto “Residual Magnetism – the Invisible Enemy” Maurer Magnetic presents the measuring and demagnetizing equipment of its Business Unit “Maurer Degaussing” at the Control 2016.
12.2015 / The specialist for demagnetization processes and equipment has developed the new series MM JE.