Ship Degaussing

 

Ship Degaussing
Ships are mainly constructed of steel, causing them to disturb the Earth's magnetic field. This makes them easily detected by magnetically activated mines. Ship degaussing is the process of making a (steel) ship's hull nonmagnetic by producing an opposing magnetic field. Installing degaussing systems to mask a ship's magnetic signature makes the ship virtually undetectable by magnetic mines, which greatly increases a ship's survivability.

Research the Sorensen SG Series to learn more about the full capabilities.

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Sorensen SG Series
10V - 800V,
6A - 6000A,
4kW - 150kW