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Neuron bellows are driving the J-PARC neutrino beam!

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09. 2015

Is everyone aware of J-PARC?
J-PARC (Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex) is located in Tokai in Ibaraki Prefecture, and is jointly operated by the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA), and the High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK). At this place, they aim and fire the world’s strongest proton beam at a target, performing research using various 2-dimensional particle (neutron, muons, neutrinos etc.) beams.

In 2007, Neuron delivered 30 sets of large-diameter precision vacuum bellows to this facility’s neutrino beamline superconducting magnetic equipment, and we were told the other day by the research manager that it is still running without a problem today. These Neutron bellows are installed into devices (chryostats) used to maintain low-temperature heat insulation in superconductive coils, and absorb thermal expansion via changes in external temperature. Quality which can withstand ultra-low temperatures/high-vacuums for a long time is necessary, and our company’s high technical power and quality is proven.

Neuron Japan will continue to contribute to the progress of Japan’s science and technology.

*Neutrino: A type of elementary particle Its existence was proven in 1959.

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