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25 Oct 2016
ITER Tokamak and plant systems, 2016 (A1)
The most recent rendition of the Tokamak and plant systems. Format: A1 (23.39" x 33.11")
23 Mar 2017
ITER construction (updated March 2017)
The ITER Organization entered an important phase of its history in August 2010, when construction began on the first of 39 buildings and technical areas of the ITER scientific installation. Today, work is accelerating on the Tokamak Complex and ancillary buildings. Format: A1 (23.39" x 33.11")
25 Oct 2016
ITER Tokamak and plant systems, 2016 (300 dpi)
The most recent rendition of the Tokamak and plant systems. Format: 300dpi - 1022x500mm (40.24"x 19.69")
05 Feb 2016
The ITER Tokamak
ITER will be the world's largest tokamak (from a Russian acronym meaning "toroidal chamber with magnetic coils"). The 23,000-tonne, 30-metre-tall machine will be the first fusion machine to produce net energy. Format: A1 (23.39" x 33.11")
05 Feb 2016
ITER construction
The ITER Organization entered an important phase of its history in August 2010, when construction began on the first of 39 buildings and technical areas of the ITER scientific installation. Today, work is accelerating on the walls of the Tokamak Complex and auxiliary buildings. Format: A1 (23.39" x 33.11")
05 Feb 2016
The ITER divertor
Positioned at the bottom of the vacuum vessel, the divertor controls the exhaust of waste gas and impurities from the reactor and withstands the highest surface heat loads of the ITER machine. Format: A1 (23.39" x 33.11")
05 Feb 2016
The ITER cryostat
The stainless steel cryostat surrounds the ITER vacuum vessel and superconducting magnets and ensures an ultra-cool, high-vacuum environment. With a volume of 16,000 m³ it will be the world's largest stainless steel high-vacuum pressure chamber. Format: A1 (23.39" x 33.11")
05 Feb 2016

Assembly tools
The ITER Organization has overall responsibility for the integration and assembly of components delivered to the ITER site by the seven ITER Members. In order to successfully pre-assemble and manoeuvre hundreds of large components, a made-to-order set of 128 tools will be required. Format: A1 (23.39" x 33.11")