MA-1040 Magnetic Analyzer

Particulate Systems
The MA-1040 Magnetic Analyzer detects and measures low levels of metallic iron content in sample materials. Whether it be ultra high-purity glass used in the manufacture of fiber optics or plastic used to produce insulation for electrical wires, knowing the concentration of metallic iron in the raw material is critical to controlling the quality of the finished product.
The Magnetic Analyzer (MA-1040) is useful for detecting minute quantities of iron in a wide range of materials including high-purity glass used for fiber optics to plastics used in wiring insulation. It can also be used to detect low metallic iron levels in food, precious gems, pharmaceuticals, and many other materials. Detecting low levels of iron in raw materials is critical to the outcome of the final product.
The first MA-series Magnetic Analyzer was developed to meet the expressed need of the abrasive grain industry, which primarily wanted a highly sensitive and accurate instrument for the detection and quantification of trace quantities of metallic iron in raw materials. They also needed the device to be easy to use and be able to withstand the harsh environment of a production area.
Since then, the MA-series Magnetic Analyzers have undergone numerous improvements including greater sensitivity (down to ~0.00001% magnetic content), increased accuracy, a smaller footprint, and numerous ease-of-use features. Today, the MA-1040 is also used to detect minuscule levels of magnetic iron in food, precious gems, pharmaceuticals, and many other materials. As evidence of its acceptance in industry, the MA-1040 has been referenced in American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and Abrasive Grain Association bulletins.

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