If you are reading this on a computer, own a car, have flown in an airplane, talked on a cell phone, used a video camera, or have been subjected to an MRI, we all owe thanks to the late Dr.
CuNiFe is a copper (60%) nickel (20%) iron (20%) alloy that was developed and has the same linear coefficient of expansion as certain types of glass. It is basically a cast ingot which is made in the “Book Mold” method in bars that are approximately 28 inches long and 2.5 inches o.d.
“Magic” Green Magnetic Viewer Paper, that is. Many years ago, a company located in Vandalia, Ohio worked with National Cash Register and invented this integral tool for the magnetics industry.
How can you tell if your design is correct for an application, magnetically? This question has been asked so many times by our customers, IMI was determined to design a state of the art MagScan electronic magnetic field strength scanner to visually show our customers how their design would affect the magnetics in their application.