Developed in-house at the Magnet Lab, this magnet represents a major step forward in the development of superconducting magnets, the previous record was 24T, towards the goal of ever higher magnetic fields with dramatic reduction in energy consumption (kW vs MW) compared to conventional water-cooled resistive magnet technology. A lower noise environment for high precision measurements, as well as a larger sample space size provide additional advantages to this technology.
The magnet can house either a VTI or a top loading dil. fridge. The VTI enables temperatures in the range 1.4K - 300K with a 27.5mm sample space. The dil. Fridge has a base temperature of 14mK and cooling power of 400microW at 100mK with a 25mm sample space.
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Last modified on 26 December 2022