Mag-Probe Space Applications Vacuum Test
The VACUUM TEST
Four Model HS Mag-Probes were placed in a Bell Jar.
The Bell jar was then evacuated to 1×10 to the minus fifth Torr. Using a permanent magnet located outside the Bell jar, the Mag-Probes were turned on and off for a period of 48 hours. No failures occurred.
The COLD TEST
Cold Weather Operation
Four Model HS Mag-Probes were placed in a cold chamber
The test temperature was set at -80 degrees Fahrenheit. After Four days no malfunctions occurred.
ALASKAN PIPELINE TEST
An Alaskan oil company reported they successfully conducted a test as low as -80 degrees Fahrenheit with a wind chill factor of -125 degrees Fahrenheit.
NO Failures Occurred!
Mag-Probe Space Applications
The Mag-probe is intrinsically safe to use in oxygen and hydrogen environments, example (An Orbiting Space Station)
Call Bob Bartol at 208-321-7566 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mag-Probe Space Applications are important. We Tested the MagProbe in a Space Environment for Space Applications so anyone conducting a test on a solenoid valve or relay in space could safely separate a mechanical problem from an electrical problem in seconds.