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Question: What is the difference between a magi drive and a ferrofluid drive?

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A magi drive uses permanent magnets on the mechanical linear/rotation assmebly to couple with the permanent magnets on the process shaft without any physical contact between the two. A ferrofluid drive uses magnetic particles suspended in a viscous low vapor pressure fluid that promotes rotational energy transfer between the rotation assembly with the process shaft. For more information go to: http://www.lesker.com/newweb/sample_manipulation/samplemanip_technicalnotes_1.cfm?pgid=0"


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