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References

Senis products are applied in various applications for monitoring magnet systems, characterization of permanent magnets, mapping magnetic fields, developing magnet systems, etc.
Senis has won the trust of leading companies such as LuK GmbH, BOURNS, Valeo, Preh, Bomatec AG, Bruker BioSpin AG, ASG, Technetics Group, Robert BOSCH GmbH, General Electrics, Siemens, as well as major physics laboratories such as the European center CERN, PSI (Paul Scherrer Institut) Switzerland, BNL (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Fermilab, and Argonne National Laboratory in the USA, National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center in Taiwan, etc.

Magnet-Physik Dr. Steingroever GmbH, Germany

SENIS’ technology partner, Magnet-Physik Dr. Steingroever GmbH is an expert in magnetizing technology and measurement techniques, accredited through Germany’s national accreditation body DakkS. In their measurement and test laboratory, Magnet-Physik applies the SENIS Magnetic Field Mapper for testing of permanent magnets. 

BOMATEC AG, Switzerland

Bomatec AG utilizes several SENIS Magnetic Field Mapping Systems for quality control of permanent magnets. Bomatec Switzerland has the latest magnetic field scanner MMS-1X-RS from Senis AG. Bomatec is continuing to improve their measurement facilities: The current measuring stations SENIS magnetic field mapper MMS-1A-RS at Bomatec China and Malaysia will also be upgraded with the latest generation of SENIS equipment. (reference: Bomatec Newsletter January 2017)

CEBI Motors, Italy

CEBI Motors in Italy uses the SENIS magnetic field mapper with the long z-linear axis (300mm) and the 90mm long and very thin air-gap 3-axis Hall-Probe for mapping magnetic fields in the narrow air-gap of long rotors for the automotive applications.

BEC Gesellschaft für Produktmanagement mbH, Germany

BEC is the provider  and developer of permanent magnets and magnet systems for automotive application, power train engineering, renewable energy, medical technology, etc. In their R&D department BEC applies the SENIS magnetic field mapper for precise magnetic field measurement and quality control of permanent magnets and magnet systems.

SwissFEL project by PSI - Paul Scherrer Institut

The first prototype of the in-vacuum undulator (U15) for the SwissFEL project has been completed and tested with magnetic measurements using SENIS new thin Ceramic 3-axis Hall probe.

Bühler Motor, Germany

Bühler Motor is testing its rotor magnets applied in healthcare, automotive, industrial and aviation with the large SENIS magnetic field mapper. Bühler rotor magnets are also applied for drive solutions including powertrain, engine, etc. - www.buehlermotor.de

HZB-BESSY II, Germany

HZB-BESSY II (Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin) utilizes the SENIS 3-axis low noise transducer (H3A-03S05L-B02T0K4K) for magnetic field measurement of Undulators. HZB-BESSY II performed a Long-Term Measurement test of the SENIS Hall Probe in a Magnetic Zero Field Chamber. Results: During 24-hour data taking were obtained for the given measurement setup the following signal behavior of the Magnetic-Zero-Field-Noise Distribution: 1-3 μT drift for the mean value and ~1 μT constant standard deviation. "This is an excellent result for our purposes." says Dr. Christoph Rethfeldt, HZB-BESSY II, January 2016.

CIBAS, Italy

CIBAS‘ permanent magnets and magnetic devices, used in Automotive and other Industrial applications, are measured and controlled with the SENIS Magnetic Field Mapper System. For reference pls contact Dr. Richard Arlot - www.cibas.it 

ITER-Project - ASG Superconductors

SENIS AG is selected to provide the Low-Noise & High-Accuracy Magnetic Field Measurement System for mapping the magnetic field around large Toroidal Coils for the ITER Project, a global research project conducted jointly by Europe, China, South Korea, India, Japan and the United States.

SENIS was assigned by company ASG-Superconductors to participate in the ITER – Project. ITER shall demonstrate the scientific and technological feasibility of fusion energy on an industrial scale. The principal goal of ITER is to generate 500 megawatts of fusion power for periods of 300 to 500 seconds with a fusion power multiplication factor of at least 10.

Technetics Group, USA

Technetics Group utilizes SENIS Magnetic Field Scanning System for QA. Technetics Group successfully integrated the SENIS magnetic field mapping system into a Zeiss CMM (Coordinate Measuring Machine). After a magnetic system is dimensionally measured, the magnetic field is mapped around the unit-under-test, providing in this way a 100% quality control equipment.

BRUKER BioSpin AG

Bruker BioSpin AG uses the Low Noise & High Resolution Teslameter / Gaussmeter for high accuracy measurements of magnetic fields up to 20T

MAHLE GmbH, Germany

As one of the world’s 20 largest suppliers and a development partner to the automotive industry, MAHLE offers innovative mobility solutions that stand for clean air, fuel efficiency, and driving pleasure …
MAHLE Filtersysteme GmbH utilizes SENIS High-End Magnetic Field mapper for the quality control of permanent magnets that are consisting parts of MAHLE products. The quality control at MAHLE follows the strict regulations regarding the magnetic field measurement reliability and repeatability under extreme environmental conditions.

CLS - Canadian Light Source

SENIS 3-D Hall probe magnetic field scanning at CLS - Canadian Light Source. Reference: Tor Pedersen, "Building a Double APPLE-II Undulator", IMMW19, 27 October 2015, Taiwan.

SLAC - National Accelerator Laboratory, USA

Custom made SENIS 3-D Hall probes with extra long (6m) thin signal cables are used at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in USA. Reference: Yurii Levashov, "Tuning and magnetic measurements of the DELTA polarizing undulator", IMMW19, 27 October 2015, Taiwan.

USBR - US Bureau of Reclamation

Application on Electrical Generator Stator. The SENIS Insulation Defect Locator utilizes two high sensitivity clamp-on microammeters to indirectly measure and track direct current passing through a defect or fault in the insulation system and determine the position of a leakage current path to ground.

BOMATEC AG

SENIS and Bomatec developed the Defectoscope system that utilizes SENIS inductive probe arrays as a production inspection tool, which detects cracks and material inhomogeneity in magnetized and non-magnetized parts.

Arnold Magnetic Technologies AG

Arnold Magnetic Technologies AG utilizes F3A Magnetic Transducer for accurate 3-axis magnetic field mapping of permanent magnets

Kyma S.r.L and Kyma Tehnologija d.o.o.

Kyma S.r.L., established by Sincrotrone Trieste and two industrial partners, is devoted to the design, manufacturing and characterization of insertion devices (undulators and wigglers). Its manufacturing laboratory Kyma Tehnologija has been fully equipped for carrying out all processes relevant to magnet assembling, measurement and characterization. One of the equipment is the Senis Ultra Low Noise Transducer. Mr. Kokole of Kyma explains: “The hall probe has an excellent stability due to low noise and minimal drift…Corrections of hall probe scan with the measured flip-coil field integrals is no longer necessary. This is unique property of the Senis hall probe transducer.”

University of BuffUniversity of Buffalo, New Yoalo, New York

University of Buffalo (Prof. Furlani's lab) perfoms model validation and material/device characterization using state-of-the-art tools such as the SENIS magnetic field mapper, which enables the measurement of 3D magnetic field distribution for arbitrary material/component geometries with 10 µm spatial resolution.

National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, Taiwan

National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, Taiwan utilizes SENIS I1A Magnetic Transducers to map magnetic field around permanent magnets

Preh GmbH, Germany

Many vehicles right round the world have Preh on board. Whether in the center console, steering wheel or engine compartment, whether in cars, commercial vehicles or motorcycles ...”.

Preh GmbH installed the SENIS Magnetic Field Mapping System for the quality control of permanent magnets that are part of the Preh sensor Systems

Kolektor Group, Slovenia

“Kolektor group boasts tradition in highly specialized industrial production. Developmentally and technologically advanced processes speak of Kolektor’s efforts to fulfill customer demands by providing prompt and responsible solutions...”.
Kolektor installed the SENIS Magnetic Field Mapping Systems for the quality control of rotors and permanent magnets that are part of the Kolektor’s solutions for the automotive and energy industries.

BNL - Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA

BNL uses SENIS Low-Noise Magnetic Field Transducers and 3-axis Hall Probes for insertion device mapping for NSLS-II (National Synchrotron Light Source II).

PSI - Paul Scherrer Institut

SENIS Hall Probes are used for monitoring of beam control magnets in the PSI's proton therapy system. The initial patient therapy started in February 2007. According to PSI, the radioactive area (gamma and neutron radiation) did not harm the SENIS Hall Probes. “We apply SENIS Hall probes for monitoring of dipole magnets in our PROSCAN accelerator. Protons are generated with a maximal energy of 250MeV and a maximal beam current of 500uA, so that gamma and neutron rays arise. The gamma rays have an energy spectrum of several MeV. SENIS Hall probes are successfully exposed to the radiation since several years an we haven’t seen any performance deterioration”,  says Dr. Marco Negrazus of PSI, in May 2016.  http://p-therapie.web.psi.ch/proscan.html

RRCAT - Department of Atomic Energy, India

The Compact Ultrafast TErahertz Free Electron Laser (CUTE-FEL) undulator has been built in India. The undulator gap can be varied from 20-100 mm. The magnets are made of NdFeB, each 12.5 x 12.5 x 50 mm3 in size. Individual magnets were characterized, and their arrangement in the undulator determined using a global optimisation algorithm. Field measurement of the assembled undulator segments was done using a SENIS three-axis Hall probe, with a spatial resolution of 0.1 mm.  http://accelconf.web.cern.ch/accelconf/f06/papers/tucau04.pdf