Superconducting magnet systems


DryMag features:

  • Horizontal fields to 7 T (optical) or vertical fields to 12 T (non-optical)
  • Minimum temperature: 1.5 K (standard He-4 insert), 300 mK (optional He-3 insert)
  • Maximum temperature: 420 K
  • Sample rotation on vertical axis and option for horizontal axis
  • Top sample loading and exchange
  • Sample in static helium exchange gas, option for vacuum
  • Cryogen-free
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Cryogen-free superconducting magnet system

The Lake Shore DryMag is a cryogen-free superconducting magnet system with performance characteristics tailored to individual experimental requirements. The system enables materials characterization down to 1.5 K (with He-3 insert down to 300 mK), with horizontal fields up to 7 T (optical) or vertical fields up to 12 T (non-optical). The system features easy sample exchange through top sample loading and can be interchanged without warming the cryocooler to room temperature. Additionally, samples can be rotated about the vertical axis with options for horizontal rotation. The standard DryMag has a fully integrated variable temperature insert with sample in static exchange gas. For more information and specifications download the DryMag cryogen-free magnet systems PDF.

Wet superconducting magnet systems are also available upon request. Contact us for more information.

What is a superconducting magnet used for?

This type of magnet is used as part of a measurement platform for characterizing samples as a function of magnetic field as well as variable temperature.