MAGNETISM DETECTOR DET-432
Indicates Residual Magnetism in Ferrous Material
- Checks bar stock, tubing and parts for magnetism levels that may interfere with subsequent machining or handling operations, or with the end use of the product.
- Indicates the degree and polarity of residual magnetism in iron and steel objects.
- Inexpensive, lightweight and easy to use.
- Convenient pocket size.
- Rugged construction.
The MAC Magnetism Detector is widely used by steel suppliers and fabricators to determine residual magnetism in iron and steel objects.
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It is a simple, yet effective, tool: just place the base of the indicating needle against the object you wish to test. The Magnetism Detector’s needle indicator will move to a point on the scale that represents the strength of the magnetic field (in gauss) of the material. The meter scale reads 20 units on either side of a zero center point, allowing for quick identification of the field’s polarity as well as the level of the magnetic field.
- Unit can also be used to check products such as tools, aircraft parts, or any product where magnetism could be a problem.
- Allows for quick identification of the field’s polarity as well as the level of the magnetic field.
- Calibration to a Level of +/- 1 gauss at 10 gauss is performed, prior to shipment.
- Accuracy is verified by a production sticker, which is applied and initialed by a member of MAC’s Quality Control staff.
- Calibration certificates are available upon request at the time of your order, at an additional charge.
- Volume pricing is available for orders of ten or more.
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- Prices are subject to change without notice.
- Unit is not suitable for measuring the strength of electromagnetic fields created by AC power lines.
- Each piece should be tested separately, so that adjacent parts do not affect individual readings.