Bruker announces the connection of 1,000th NMR magnet to LabScape Remote Monitoring services, helping customers with remote magnet monitoring, even while working remotely. The high magnetic fields of superconducting NMR magnets rely on liquid nitrogen and liquid helium. Regular refilling of cryogens is needed to maintain the magnetic field. If a threshold value is reached, a magnet can lose superconductivity and quench, with annoying downtime for NMR experiments. Bruker’s remote monitoring is a free service to monitor and identify upcoming cryogen refills, even if access to labs is restricted.
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