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Nb-Ti Superconducting Wire & SQUID

Nb-Ti superconducting capillary tube

Superconducting products applied to superconducting quantum interferometer

Common material: 53%Nb-47%Ti alloy, Nb55%Ti45%, Nb50%Ti50
Niobium Titanium rod/Niobium Titanium bar
Common specification:
OD37X L 3000mm
OD44X L 3000mm
OD62X L 1600mm
OD34X L 2000mm

Nb-Ti superconducting wire

Nb-Ti Wire:

Common specification: OD2mm

An overview of superconducting quantum interferometers

A superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) is an extremely sensitive instrument for detecting weak magnetic signals.
Its function is a magnetic flux sensor, which can be used to measure not only the change of magnetic flux, but also other physical quantities that can be converted into magnetic flux, such as voltage, current, resistance, inductance, magnetic induction intensity, magnetic field gradient, magnetic susceptibility, etc.

Application of superconducting quantum interferometer

Biomagnetic measurement: SQUID has been widely used in biomagnetic measurements (mainly cardiac magnetism and magnetoencephalography). Nondestructive testing: SQUID, the most sensitive magnetic detector, can detect defects by means of magnetic anomaly.
Geodetic survey: SQUID has very high sensitivity, especially in low frequency band, so it has obvious advantages for deep mt measurement.