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check gauss meters on Amazon.com. Depending on your need, they may not 
be that expensive.


On 8/15/2016 9:25 AM, Ruede, Laura wrote:
> Hi -
>
> The Texas Christian University Library is looking to move some archival magnetic sound and video recordings to new areas in the library and our off-site facility not far away.  Before we do this, however, we need to be sure that electro-magnetic fields in those areas are not above tolerance, in order not to damage the recordings.  I have some information on acceptable levels for this sort of material, but we don't have a gauss meter or other measuring device, and no one on staff has the expertise to wield such a thing.  TCU Physical Plant doesn't have a device or the necessary expertise either.
>
> I have the idea that a gauss meter wouldn't be too expense to purchase, so we could do that if needed.  I thought I'd ask whether there's anyone reasonably local who would be able to help us further, or if not, if anyone can refer me elsewhere.  Thanks very much -
>
>
> Laura J. Ruede, MLS
> Van Cliburn Archivist
> TCU Box 298400
> Fort Worth, TX  76129
> 817-257-7774

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