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A major technological deal has been reached between Fusion for Energy, the EU organisation responsible for Europe's contribution to ITER, and Air Liquide, gas technology global leader, in order to equip the world's biggest cryoplant that will cool down the ITER machine to temperatures as low as -269˚ C. The works will be completed in five years and the budget foreseen is in the range of 65 million EUR. The contract covers the engineering, procurement, installation and testing of the facility and auxiliary systems.

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A major technological deal has been reached between Fusion for Energy, the EU organisation responsible for Europe's contribution to ITER, and Air Liquide, gas technology global leader, in order to equip the world's biggest cryoplant that will cool down the ITER machine to temperatures as low as -269˚ C. The works will be completed in five years and the budget foreseen is in the range of 65 million EUR. The contract covers the engineering, procurement, installation and testing of the facility and auxiliary systems.

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