The US ITER project engages more than 490 companies, laboratories and universities in 43 states plus the District of Columbia. As of September 2014, over $682M has been awarded to US industry and universities and obligated to DOE national laboratories.

An 800 meter long toroidal field sample conductor was fabricated by High Performance Magnetics in Tallahassee, Fla. and shipped to the EU winding facility in La Spezia, Italy. Photo: US ITER

The US ITER project engages more than 490 companies, laboratories and universities in 43 states plus the District of Columbia. As of September 2014, over $682M has been awarded to US industry and universities and obligated to DOE national laboratories.

ORNL is developing the residual gas analyzer for the ITER tokamak. Photo: US ITER/ORNL

The US ITER project engages more than 490 companies, laboratories and universities in 43 states plus the District of Columbia. As of September 2014, over $682M has been awarded to US industry and universities and obligated to DOE national laboratories.

A conductor winding tool station was developed by Tauring for General Atomics’ fabrication of the central solenoid modules. Photo: Tauring Group

The US ITER project engages more than 490 companies, laboratories and universities in 43 states plus the District of Columbia. As of September 2014, over $682M has been awarded to US industry and universities and obligated to DOE national laboratories.

A prototype 3-barrel shattered pellet injector is under development at ORNL for ITER’s disruption mitigation system. Photo: US ITER/ORNL

The US ITER project engages more than 490 companies, laboratories and universities in 43 states plus the District of Columbia. As of September 2014, over $682M has been awarded to US industry and universities and obligated to DOE national laboratories.

A guide tube selector prototype unit for the pellet injection system is undergoing testing at ORNL. Photo: US ITER/ORNL

The US ITER project engages more than 490 companies, laboratories and universities in 43 states plus the District of Columbia. As of September 2014, over $682M has been awarded to US industry and universities and obligated to DOE national laboratories.

Drain tanks for the tokamak cooling water system will be delivered in 2015. Photo: US ITER

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