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Magnetization, Hoffer's Method
For horseshoe bars an armature is placed against the poles of the magnet bar to be treated. The poles of a strong horseshoe magnet are stroked over it from poles to bend and returned through the air, or vice versa. In the first case the poles will be the same as those of the inducing magnet; in the second case they will be opposite. A maximum effect is produced in ten strokes. The stroking should be applied to both sides. An electro-magnet may be used as inducer as shown, but an armature should be used; in the cut it is omitted.
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