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KATRIN: Ghost Particle Research

Neutrino-mass measurement research at KATRIN reaches new levels of sensitivity in a quest to understand the "Ghost Particle". Cryomagnetics is proud to have built the six 5 Tesla recondensing magnets comprising the Differential Pumping Section (DPS) as well as "Pinch" and "Detector" magnets for this ground breaking experiment.

By |2022-08-23T16:32:38+00:00February 28, 2022|0 Comments

Electron Beam Ion Source (EBIS)

After several years of successful operation in the Collider Accelerator Department Electron Beam Ion Source (EBIS), the customer decided to upgrade their capabilities by adding a second Cryomagnetics’ magnet system. This time, both 5T magnet systems are required to be operated together with only 20 cm space between them.

By |2022-07-19T05:35:01+00:00March 1, 2018|0 Comments

Magnet Cryostat for High Energy Physics

The SPIRAL2 project at France’s GANIL (Grand Accélérateur National d’Ions Lourds) laboratory will significantly extend the research possibilities of Radioactive Ion Beam (RIB) physics. Part of SPIRAL2 is the S3 (Super Separator Spectrometer), a device designed for experiments with very high intensity stable ion beams. S3 requires seven (7) complex Superconducting Multipole Triplet (SMT) magnet systems. Each system is comprised of three sets of quadrupole, sextupole, octupole and dipole superconducting magnets. GANIL selected the team of Cryomagnetics and Advanced Magnet Lab to design, develop and manufacture the SMT systems. The first system recently passed final factory tests at Cryomagnetics’ facility in Oak Ridge, TN.

By |2022-07-19T06:06:03+00:00November 10, 2017|0 Comments

6.0T Recondensing Magnet 346mm HRTB

Designed to operate with another 6T, large bore superconducting magnet system delivered by Cryomagnetics in close proximity. When both systems are operating, there will be approximately 7,500 pounds of attractive force on each coil. Careful design of each cryostat’s support structure insures this force can be handled, while at the same time give low enough heat leak so the recondensing circuits are not overwhelmed by evaporating liquid helium.

By |2022-07-19T06:20:39+00:00March 31, 2015|0 Comments


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