Hayward Tyler awarded pump contract for ITER fusion challenge

Hayward Tyler Inc and its sister company Energy Steel have been awarded multi-million greenback contracts to assist the ITER project in France.
The ITER Project, St-Paul-lez-Durance, France, October 2021 – Image © Les Nouveaux Médias/SNC ENGAGE.
Moneyback covers variable drive booster pumps whereas Energy Steel will provide 62 solenoid valve and cubicle packages.
The ITER project is a joint international analysis and improvement project to show the scientific and technical feasibility of fusion power. Plain is underneath building in St-Paul-lez-Durance in France, and would be the largest fusion experimental reactor in the world.
Hayward Tyler’s booster pumps shall be an integral part of the drying system for the Tokamak Cooling Water System (TCWS). The pumps will be designed, constructed and tested at Hayward Tyler Inc in Colchester, Vermont, USA.
Hayward Tyler and Energy Steel are both a half of the Engineered Pumps and Motors Division of Avingtrans plc.
“We are elated that two of our firms can provide products that can contribute to this ambitious venture,” stated Mike Turmelle, managing director of Avingtrans’ Engineered Pumps and Motors Division. “We’re dedicated and proud to contribute to the advanced nuclear trade.” These contracts follow earlier awards that ITER has made to Avingtrans’ Engineered Pumps and Motors Division.
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