The Applied Superconductivity Conference
Dr Donald Pooke, CEO, and Nathan Yates, Mechanical Design Engineer, will be on the HTS-110 stand for detailed technical discussions and application support.
Based in New Zealand, HTS-110’s core expertise is the design and manufacture of a wide range of superconducting magnets and components utilizing High Temperature Superconducting (HTS) wire. Of particular note, working with The Robinson Research Institute of Victoria University of Wellington, HTS-110 offers the class-leading SuperCurrent measurement system for characterisation of HTS conductors. Designed from the ground-up especially for HTS conductor R&D and QA activities, this instrument enables automatic measurement of critical current in HTS tapes as a function of temperature, magnetic field and field angle. With current capability to over 1600 A, sample temperature to 15 K and field strength options of 8 T and 12 T, the SuperCurrent instrument benefits from over a decade of development and provides a highly productive measurement capability.
Also featuring will be HTS-110’s range of CryoSaver™ HTS current leads; with 1000’s of units in the field the CryoSaver™ current leads offer proven outstanding performance in a robust package.
Please stop by for a discussion of these products, or of any of the other magnets from our product range. HTS-110 is always open to assisting with custom system design and manufacture, from coils through to fully integrated magnets, allowing you to cut your project development time.Back to all Conferences