Stanford Linear Accelerator
Interaction Regions Equipment Pads
p.c.i has recently completed a series of projects for Stanford Linear Accelerator.
Large electromagnets accelerate electrically charged subatomic particles to collide with the target material and the particles released are analyzed to determine the very basic subatomic structure.
These large magnets generate enormous amounts of heat and must be cooled to avoid distorting the magnetic field and particle vector.
Deionized water is pumped through the close loop plate and frame heat exchangers and pressure vessels and temperature is controlled by three way valves.