New Case Study: C2C Extends Over CERN with Telescopic Cleanroom

Part of CERN’s Prevessin site in France is dedicated to producing beam intercepting devices, to be used in different particle accelerators across its world-leading particle physics laboratory.

This involves the assembly of highly specialised parts such as collimators to clean the halo of proton beams, beam stoppers and beam dumps to absorb the energy of particles. These beam intercepting devices are built in sections to allow parts to be decommissioned and removed for servicing & maintenance.

Read the case study in full: Telescopic Cleanroom Extending Over CERN