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ITER's Plant will need Helium Cooling Systems for Operations

ITER, an international nuclear fusion research and engineering megaproject, will require a massive cryogenic system to cool down magnets and other components for regular operations. The cryopumps, which are used to maintain vacuum, will be connected to this refrigeration system through cold valve boxes (CVBs). And 8 CVBs will distribute helium through the different parts of the cryopumps.

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