Measuring equipment for magnets

For magnetic measurements on basic magnets we use the most cutting edge equipment.


To guarantee the highest quality of magnets and systems, we also carry out both production as well as post-production measurements. We use various measuring equipment for this. We record data which is relevant for us and our clients. In this way, we gain additional and quicker insight into the properties and the behaviour of a product in a certain environment or assembly.

3D coordinate measurement machine | Goudsmit Magnetics

Flux meter 3D

Checking the magnetization angle.

This is especially important in combination with sensors.


Read more about 3D flux measurements and discover the importance of magnets with the right polarization orientation.

3D flux meter | Goudsmit Magnetics

Helmholtz coil

Measuring the magnetic moment.

A quick way to measure the differences between magnets.


Contact us to discuss the possibilities, or for more information, visit the page high-tech-custom-magnetic-assemblies.

Helmholtz coil - 3D measurement of magnet polarization | Goudsmit Magnetics

Optical 3D scanner

Measuring the full geometry of a permanent magnet.

Based on blue light technology, we make extensive analyses and reports on permanent magnets for, among others, the automotive and aerospace industries.


This data provides you with important information. Already during the design phase of a product, adjustments and improvements are possible.


Do you want to prevent errors in the design phase? If so, ask our consultants what the optical 3D scanner can do for you.


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GOM Optical 3D scanner for magnet analyses | Goudsmit Magnetics


Determine the required magnetic specifications.

With this, we make a hysteresis curve. This shows the relationship between the induced magnetic flux density (B) and the magnetic field strength (H).


Read more about the permagraph and discover the importance of the correct magnetic specifications for your application.


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Magnetic properties measurment by permagraph | Goudsmit Magnetics

3D CMM measuring machine

3D measurements of magnets and non-magnetic materials.

Using a scanning sensor, we can measure 3D precisely.


Please contact our engineers and discover what 3D CMM measuring can do for you. 

3D measurements on magnets with scanning probe | Goudsmit Magnetics

Gauss meter

Measuring the magnetic field.

Measures the magnetic field at the surface of a magnet with a Hall-effect sensor. The sensor measures the magnetic flux density perpendicular to the sensor surface.


Here you can find more information and an overview of our gauss meters.

Magnet inspection on magnetic bars | Goudsmit Magnetics

Magnetization bench

Using our magnetization unit, we can magnetize unmagnetized magnets to full saturation.

The maximum dimensions of our coils and the desired form of magnetization determine the possibilities.


Contact us to discuss the possibilities, or for more information, visit the page high-tech-custom-magnetic-assemblies.

Magnetization bench | Goudsmit Magnetics

Handheld XRF analyser

With this we carry out spectrum measurements using electro-magnetic radiation. This way, we gain insight into the material structure and quality.

XRF, or X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy, is the collective name for atomic spectroscopy. A principle in which a magnet is irradiated with X-rays. This allows the quality to be checked and guaranteed at molecular level.


Contact us to discuss the possibilities or visit the page high-tech-custom-magnetic-assemblies for more information.

XRF Analyzer for magnet measurement | Goudsmit Magnetics

Roughness tester

To check whether magnets and assemblies meet the roughness requirements.

Measures the roughness with external probes and gains optimal insight into the surface roughness of grooves and holes in magnet material.


Contact us to discuss the possibilities or visit the page high-tech-custom-magnetic-assemblies for more information.

Roughness tester for magnets | Goudsmit Magnetics

Other measuring devices

For measuring magnets and other product or material properties.

  • manual and (fully)automatic CMM-machines
  • layer thickness and hardness meters
  • screw thread measurements
  • shadow projection and microscopes for optical checking
  • mass spectrometers for checking the composition


Contact us to discuss the possibilities or visit the page high-tech-custom-magnetic-assemblies for additional information.



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