ITER : testing of overhead cranes started

Since the giant poster was added to the Assembly Hall’s completed exterior in June 2016 the building has looked from afar like a finished project. But inside, teams have been advancing on finishing works—installing plasterboard, lighting, fire protection, cable trays; jointing and painting; and creating stairwells and a lift. Most recently, a first coat of varnish was applied to the floor to limit dust, testing of the overhead cranes started, and a special zone was prepared for the building’s first and most impressive assembly tools, the twin vacuum vessel sector sub-assembly tools. European contractors successfully achieved an ITER Council milestone in late June by making one part of the Assembly Hall “ready for equipment.”

NKM Noell and REEL ALESA will participate to TMS 2018 in Phoenix, March 11 – 15.

The event will draw more than 4,000 attendees and feature four full days of technical programming


we wish you the very best for 2018

Load tests : Lifting and moving four Boeing 747s

Successfully performed for the double overhead crane

Some news from ITER : Hooked! Big, powerful cranes need big, powerful hooks

Each hook has a lifting capacity of 375 tonnes.

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