magnaflux

[mag-nuh-fluhks]

Origin of magnaflux

First recorded in 1935–40; see origin at Magnaflux

Magnaflux

[mag-nuh-fluhks]
Trademark.
  1. a test of ferrous metals involving the dusting of a magnetized sample with magnetic powder, or the application of oil containing magnetic particles in suspension, to detect surface cracks and defects.
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