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In short, it is a liquid that responds to magnets and magnetic fields. The longer answer is ferrofluid is an extremely fine powder, coated with a soap-like material called a surfactant, suspended in a mineral oil liquid base. Watch the suspended particles dance as a result of the magnetic field. The resulting magnetic suspension is called a ferrofluid.

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When no magnetic field is present, ferrofluid behaves and flows like a normal liquid. However, when a magnet or magnetic field is introduced, the ferrofluid is attracted to the field. Spikes then form along the magnetic field lines when the magnetic surface force exceeds the stabilizing effects of fluid weight and surface tension.

Please take care when handling ferrofluid. Besides being fun to play with, it also is capable of staining everything it comes into contact with. Please make sure to take care when using it. AKA permanent magnet strong magnetic fields carrier fluidFerrofluid should never be used for applications involving loudspeakers. Ferrofluid can be hazardous or even fatal if swallowed or if it enters airways. Ferrofluid can cause skin irritation or serious eye irritation.

PLEASE NOTE: Ferrofluid will evaporate when exposed to the open air. As the ferrofluid evaporates, the fluid loses some of its magnetic properties. Any sculptures created will lose their jagged edges. Also, please be sure to replace the bottle cap when not in use. This Ferrofluid is intended as a teaching tool or for amusement only, it should not be used in delicate loudspeaker applications.

Ferrofluid magnetic liquid contains tiny particles of ferrous material which are suspended in a viscous liquid medium such as oil. The oil allows the tiny ferrous particles to remain evenly dispersed while in suspension and then align and congregate when the attractive force of a magnetic field is introduced. Products like Ferrotec magnetic ferrofluid is a technology that was originally utilised by space agencies to simulate gravity-like forces in the weightless atmospheres of space. Ferrofluid makes it possible to perform many crucial tasks in these zero-gravity environments.

What to do with ferrofluid?Ferrofluids perform in a similar way to traditional iron filings and can be used as an educational tool in schools and universities. The viscous fluid has similar properties to the metal filings but has additional highly technical applications in advanced scientific technologies and aerospace industries.

Where can I buy ferrofluid?Buy Ferrofluid products via the Frenergy website. Secure payment and free or fast Australia wide shipping options are available. Contact our team via email for help and advice on Ferrofluid products and get a prompt reply using the customer contact form.

What is ferrofluid made of?As its name suggests, Ferrofluid contains ferrous nanoparticles of magnetite which are suspended in the viscous liquid. Ferrofluid liquid is not itself magnetic but instead reacts to the presence of a magnetic field and is attracted to it.

The meat and potatoes of any two-part liquid display is a high-quality suspension liquid and a professional grade ferrofluid. It's important to know that not all ferrofluid displays are created equal. Genuine Concept Zero displays will not stain, leak, or stop spiking in a few weeks like imitation brands.

Steven Papell at NASA was tasked with controlling and directing liquid rocket fuel in outer space. The absence of gravity allowed the fuel to float in the holding tank and it was therefore a challenge to pump the fuel efficiently into the rocket engine. Papell envisioned converting the nonmagnetic rocket fuel into a fuel having magnetic properties so that it could be controlled under zero gravity by powerful magnets or pumped through switching magnetic fields. Papell is credited in literature with the preparation of the first magnetic fluid, based on kerosene. He obtained a US patent in 1965.Learn more about the history of ferrofluid.

We have a number of different suspension liquids we use to prevent ferrofluid from staining. The easiest way for us to collaborate with creators, is to install ferrofluid in a chamber and then ship to the creator to design around. This minimizes R&D for the project and preserves our trade secrets. The suspension liquids are not retail products and are not easy to use. If you have an idea for a display and need some help, shoot us an email on the contact page.

We often find it difficult to describe ferrofluid displays in words; "A magnetic fluid in a bottle" just doesn't do it justice. Seeing it in action is a totally different experience. Watch more videos of ferrofluid on our YouTube channel.

Introduce two magnets and the fluid will create strings between them and the effects are unbelievable!If you have never seen this liquid before, you will be absolutely amazed by its fascinating reactions to magnetic fields. We supply a kit containing a 20ml bottle of ferrofluid, a pipette and a 90mm two-piece petri dish, plus a range of magnets to create stunning effects.

Our displays to allow you to interact with ferrofluid without getting your hands messy! They make for amazing desk toys and even better gifts. Don't worry, they're not flammable and the ingredients are non toxic.

Since ferrofluid creates stains on clothing that cannot be removed, we recommend wearing old clothing or an apron while experimenting. It also leaves hard to remove stains on the skin, hence, you should wear gloves and protective glasses.These protective accessories are not included in the delivery.

The Van der Waals speaker transforms sound into a multi-sensory experience. The device uses ferrofluid, a magnetic fluid developed by Nasa for rocket ships to control fuel in Zero Gravity, to add a visual element to listening to music. As the song plays, the vibrations agitate the inky ferrofluid, creating a mesmerizing audio display. It's housed in a sleek, transparent globe with anodized aluminum and an integrated LED backdrop, and for convenience, it connects to your phone via Bluetooth.

A Ferrofluid Rotary Vacuum Feedthrough uses the response of a magnetic fluid with an applied magnetic field to transmit rotation into a high vacuum or ultra-high vacuum system. Rotary vacuum seal components include the liquid ferrofluid, permanent magnet, two pole pieces and a magnetically permeable shaft. The magnetic circuit employs stationary pole pieces and the rotating shaft, and concentrates magnetic flux in the radial gap under each pole piece.

Once the ferrofluid is applied to the radial gap, the ferrofluid takes the shape of a liquid O-ring and produces a hermetic vacuum seal. Ferrofluidic vacuum rotary feedthroughs use multiple fabricated rings or grooves with ferrofluid, located in stages, formed by grooves machined into either the shaft or pole pieces. Typically each single stage or groove can sustain a pressure differential of 0.2 atmospheres (200 mbar). The total vacuum pressure achieved is the sum of all the differential pressures provided by the grooves.

In the Ferrofluid Feedthrough, the Ferrofluid Rotary Vacuum Seal is formed using the ferrofluid resulting in minimal to no friction. Additionally, there are no wear parts that can break off and contaminate the vacuum system. The ferrofluid is inert and stable with low vapor pressure. The lifetime of the seal is dependent on the application, but a 10+ year between maintenance time-frame is not unexpected.

The Ferrofluid seal contains a simple permanent magnetic circuit and low volatility ferrofluid. The only wear parts are the self-contained ball bearings. These ball bearings are designed for a durable high speed transmission and a long lifetime.

Unlike O-ring Vacuum Seals, there is a lack of mechanical friction in the seal. No particles that could contaminate the vacuum system are produced. Low vapor pressure ferrofluids maintain seal integrity better than 10-9 mbar, even in high vacuums.

It is always easier to buy ferrofluid than to make it. Some of the steps don't work well unless the conditions are just right and it is hard to get them right on your first attempt. Luckily there are plenty of suppliers (this UK supplier is top of my Google search for "ferrofluid sales" and they also supply lots of cool magnets).

There are quite a few recipes on places such as Youtube, but some of them don't work well or don't explain some of the important details. So, if you don't want to spend a lot of time experimenting to get the synthesis right, just buy the ferrofluid.

This Display Cell is a sealed glass bottle that contains ferrofluid in a suspension liquid. Ferrofluid is a colloidal liquid made of particles less than 10 nanometers, and when subjected to a magnetic field (magnet), the nanoparticles form regular patterns of peaks and valleys. It is simple, fun and a fantastic way to demonstrate ferrofluid with any age student. Strong magnet is included.

FAV is a ferrofluid audio visualizer. Ferrofluid is a material first developed by NASA in the 1960s. It has been used for fuel transport in zero-gravity space, spacecraft, and sealing connections in space suits. In modern times, it is used as a damper for high-end speakers, a rotating shaft for motors, and gas sealing. The composition of the magnetic fluid is very fine iron particles and a surfactant coated on it , and base oil. It is a liquid magnetic substance that does not sink because it is so small that it is invisible to the naked eye and is evenly distributed in the base oil due to the surfactant component. 041b061a72


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