GMW is Exhibiting at Joint MMM/Intermag Conference, Washington DC, January 14-18

GMW will be exhibiting at the 2019 Joint MMM-Intermag conference from January 14th to January 18th.

The exhibition runs from 8A-6P on Tuesday the 15th through Thursday the 17th. GMW is at Booth 2 and is again pleased to sponsor the Best Poster Award.

GMW will be showing projected field electromagnets providing open measurement probe access on samples from spintronic devices to biological samples with controllable field ranges up to +/-1.3 T (air cooling) and to +/-2 T (water cooling). A simple interchange of pole piece can be performed in a few minutes to match small area or larger area samples.

The new Model 3480 is available in a conventional dipole geometry or with inclined Poles for open access. Ideal for optical table mounting, the 3480 generates >2T continuous field at 1cm gap with a mass of less than 35kg.

Philip Keller from Metrolab Technologies will be in Washington with the latest NMR Teslameter, the Model PT2026, for very high resolution and absolute accuracy field mapping, control or calibration of magnetic field. The PT2026 features increased field measurement range, from 33mT to over 30T and greater tolerance for inhomogeneity than its predecessor the PT2025.  We will also have available the USB-powered THM line of fluxgate and Hall magnetometers and the MV2, three-axis Hall-effect field sensors, suitable for use in arrays for magnet tracking or inhomogeneous field mapping.

From Bartington Instruments: single-axis and three-axis fluxgate magnetometers for accurate low field measurement, environmental field correction and in arrays for magnetic source tracking. 3-axis Helmholtz Coils for DC and AC environmental field correction and field generation for device and tool testing to fields >1mT and frequencies from dc to 5kHz.

Our partners at HTS-110, manufacturers of high Tc electromagnets, will be at Booth 19. Dr. Taotao Huang will be on the stand and can discuss their line of high field solenoids to 14T, fast-ramping split pair magnets to +/-8T, and projected field magnets to +/-3T.

Dr. Tom King, Lead Magnet Scientist, Dr. Ludovic Letourneur, Sr. Applications Engineer for Magnetic Measurements, and Brian Richter, President will be on the GMW booth.  Please stop by if you are in Washington DC.