The NGU CAGE is designed for palaeomagnetic research requiring that magnetic measurements and demagnetizations are performed in a low magnetic field environment. Provides a low field environment just like a mu-metal room, but allows the magnetic fields, due to the equipment, to escape and therefore does not enhance them. X-Y-Z field components are independently adjusted to permit moving magnetic anomalies without moving the equipment. The field in the cage is monitored with 3-axis magnetometer and automatically compensated.
The JR-6A Spinner Magnetometer is an advanced features instrument to measure remanent magnetization in rock specimens.
Advanced features ensure precise temperature control and near zero magnetic field environment for high quality thermal demagnetization.
NGU alternating field demagnetizer. 2-axes tumbler - maximum field 100mT (constructed by T. Totland).
NGU Curie-balance (designed and constructed by O. Totland) used to identify magnetic minerals.
The ASC Model IM-10 instrument generates short duration magnetic fields of up to 11 KGauss within the sample coil. It enables a variety of high-field magnetic studies to be conducted on geologic samples without the need for a large electromagnet.
The MS2 system is the international standard for the measurement of magnetic susceptibility in environmental sciences. The MS2 meter is a portable instrument with sensors for field and laboratory use.
For the measurement of the magnetic susceptibility of 2.5ml samples over the temperature range -200°C to +900°C. It is used in the investigation of magnetic mineralogy and grain size and for the determination of Curie transition temperatures.