Update: Construction of ST40 is progressing wellOur news
20 September 2017

Update: Construction of ST40 is progressing well

After first plasma at the end of April and tests of the Merging Compression coils in May, the large toroidal field coils were added to the machine. Here are some images of the toroidal field coils being put into place, and of the ST40 with the whole toroidal field assembly in place.

Manoeuvring the first heavy toroidal field coil into position

Manoeuvring the first heavy toroidal field coil into position

ST40 with 7 of the 8 toroidal field coils attached

Top view of ST40 with toroidal field coils and the top plate

Upward view of the vessel and toroidal field coils

Summer student, Libby Moxon, with the ST40

Senior Tokamak Engineer, Bill Huang, examining the lower part of the vacuum vessel and toroidal field coils

CEO David Kingham, discussing ST40 with Bill Huang

David Kingham, Bill Huang and Ross Morgan with the ST40

Overall view of ST40 with Senior Commercial Manager, Ross Morgan



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