The ITER Tokamak in southern France aims to be the largest and most powerful fusion device in the world upon completion, designed to produce 500 MW of fusion power.

Recently engineers faced the challenging problem of how to lift and bolt its PF6 ring to its final position within tight space constraints without access to a crane. They found the solution by preparing a critical future synchronized lift using the Enerpac single acting locknut cylinders and EVO system. Read the full article online