Burmah-Castrol Magnetic Flux Indicators Typ II
|Dimensions:||50 x 12 x 0,15 mm|
Burmah-Castrol strips are widely used to indicate the presence of induced magnetic fields giving an evidence of an external field in the air above the magnetized surface. Type I indicators are typically used for general engineering applications and Type II are used for aerospace applications. Both types consist of three laminations measuring 50x12 mm which are fixed together to form a sandwich structure which is nominally 0.15 mm thick. The outer lamination has 3 interruptions which are parallel to the long side. Type I indicators respond to a weaker field than Type II strips. Both types are protected by a polymeric layer and can be differentiated by the Roman numeral. Flux Indicators have the advantage of being flexible enough so that they can be bent to fit the contours of a work piece, but robust enough to enable them to be used many times.