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MMPA STANDARD 0100

MMPA STANDARD 0100

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My questions concern MMPA STANDARD 0100 'standard specifications for permanent magnet materials'. I have seen references to MMPA Standard 0100-66 and 0100-90 and 0100-87, but the only MMPA standard that seems to exist is STD-0100-00.
Does anyone know if MMPA had lump their their standards to STD-0100-00 or does 0100-66 and 0100-90 never existed? I have tried to called the international magnetic association which used to be MMPA, but their phone is cut off eventhough their site is still functional. Anyways, any hint would be appreciated. Thanks.

RE: MMPA STANDARD 0100

The dash numbers are the revision years. "00" being from 2000.

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RE: MMPA STANDARD 0100

I think those are all the same standard with different revision dates.

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RE: MMPA STANDARD 0100

(OP)
Thank you EdStainless and dgallup. That was some really quick reply. I would have never figured that out? I really appreciate your help.

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