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"A worker on the fluid line walked around behind the 500 carrying a welding pack with nozzle and gas tanks. He held the unit on the side of his body away from the magnet and walked as far as possible (about 3 feet) away. The field grabbed the bottles, pulled them out of his hand, and under the magnet, striking the shim plate. The force on the bottles twisted his arm behind him, and then pulled the bottles out of his hand. No one was injured."My condolences to all involved. Guessing a replacement Bruker quote will be higher than it would have been two years ago.
(Obligatory economics joke: perhaps Bruker was paying the welder?)