General Atomics’ Qualification Coil for ITER’s Central Solenoid is Now Fully Insulated

General Atomics’ Qualification Coil for ITER’s Central Solenoid is Now Fully Insulated

Because ITER’s Central Solenoid is subject to fault voltages up to 14,000 volts and must be tested at 30,000 volts, successful ground insulation of the coils is a vital step in the fabrication process of the modules.