1) supply, installation, commissioning and operation of a liquid nitrogen system with remote monitoring, vacuum-insulated interface to a transfer line and attachment points for an exhaust duct that contains all parts that are necessary for proper operation, in compliance with applicable technical requirements and guaranteed characteristics.
The plant remains the property of the contractor and the client is left to rent.
Provision of all necessary to execute the order machinery, equipment, lifting equipment, installation booths, etc. are part of the contract and included in the listing costs.
2.) The supply of liquid nitrogen as needed.
3.) dismantling of the plant after the contract expires and return delivery to the contractor.
The project BERLinPro (Berlin Energy Recovery Linac Project) pursues the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB) a feasibility study of a high-current and Niedrigemittanz - Energy Recovery Linac (ERL). The plant is to show that the operation of a tang with parameters as they are for. Example, necessary for a light source, is possible. HZB is thus contributing to illuminate the possibilities and limitations of the ERL technology.
to Obtain a vacuum-insulated liquid nitrogen system.
For power / scope of supply includes the erection, rent for 60 months, Tank remote monitoring, automatic supply of liquid (LN2) incl. Control of tank levels and consumption data online and the dismantling after the contract period.
Galileum Solingen, lightning protection work rebuilding a spherical gas container into a planetarium with construction of a new observatory with exhibition, - performance and management area.
Galileum Solingen, electrical work rebuilding a spherical gas container into a planetarium with construction of a new observatory with exhibition, performance and management area.
Galileum Solingen, elevator renovation of a spherical gas container into a planetarium with construction of a new observatory with exhibition, performance and management area.
Self shielding dewar (Step 2) - Superconducting magnet for a low-field spectrometer.
Conversion of a spherical gas container into a planetarium with new construction of an observatory. Steel construction Power: steel structure of steel sections and hollow sections of the planetarium inside the spherical gas container with bridge connection consisting of an elevated lower grate, an upper frame and a dome structure, approximately 30.0 t in the construction of the observatory; Upgrading of the structure of the spherical gas tank, about 3.7 t; Corrosion protection work by galvanizing and coating; Steel composite floor about 25 m²; Building Maintenance Unit of the inner façade as hochziehbares Access Equipment, Carpentry and timber construction for forming molds on steel structures with wooden materials about 730 m².
During this project a 9-geschössiger properties will be built with the basement (basement, ground, 1-7.OG). An existing inventory in gas container will be rebuilt and provided with new premises, as also required technology. The domestic hot water is provided via distributed undercounter appliances and heaters if needed.