USA based Mag lab (National High Magnetic Field Laboratory) of the Florida State University has made and tested successfully the world’s strongest superconducting magnet – “32 T”. This superconducting magnet is capable of producing a strong magnetic field of 32 Tesla. It is a new world record and is 33 percent stronger than the previously tested strongest superconducting magnet.
The “32 T” superconducting magnet is made of conventional low-temperature and novel high-temperature Superconductors. Superconductors are materials which conduct electricity with perfect efficiency.
The “32 T” superconducting magnet produces a very stable, homogeneous magnetic field suitable for sensitive experiments. It offers researchers one of the best combination of strength and stability.