INOX India to supply equipment to largest fusion energy experiment

 INOX India Ltd., India’s one of the largest makers of cryogenic liquid storage and transport tanks, has won a contract to supply and install multiprocess pipe transfer lines with vacuum jacket at the world’s largest experimental thermo-nuclear fusion reactor (ITER), coming up in Cadarche, France.
INOXCVA, a subsidiary of INOX India  will execute this order supply, scheduled for 2017 and installation in 2019. It has created a cryoscientific division focusing on specialised assignments such as the one from the ITER project.
The cryonegic technology will be extensively used for the ITER project to create and maintain low-temperature conditions near absolute zero for the superconducting magnets, cryo-pumps to create vacuum and some diagnostics systems.
The ITER is an international collaborative project worth €13 billion to be executed over 10 years, being implemented through ‘in-kind’ contribution from seven partners:  China, EU, India, Japan, Korea, Russia and USA. 

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