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Demagnetizing complex SS parts

Demagnetizing complex SS parts

Demagnetizing complex SS parts

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In some lab equipment 304 and 316 SS parts become magnetized just because of use
Now,, its out of the question to heat these parts for reasons of distortion
Is there any other way to demagnetize this lab equipment other than using heat  
Thanks

RE: Demagnetizing complex SS parts

How big?

<nbucska@pcperipherals DOT com> subj: eng-tips
read FAQ240-1032

RE: Demagnetizing complex SS parts

You can try it with AC demag, like you would after magneflux testing.  With a complex shape it might not be possible to get real good deam though.

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