Year of manufacture: 2021
The vacuum container is a constituent part of the CNS vacuum assembly.
It is a sealed vacuum vessel which houses the CNS. The vacuum container is designed to localize consequences of potential accidents at the Cold Neutron Source, including the detonation of a stoichiometric deuterium-air mixture at atmospheric pressure (1.01´105 Pa).
Its body has six adjustable supports and is secured to the wall-mounted brackets by the tie-rods.
The handling platform has guard rails and balconies to get access to the vacuum container parts to be maintained.
The vacuum container body is five-sectional. The sections are joined by flanges with sealing gaskets. The vacuum container has a special retainer to protect and align the CNS inside its body.
|Safety Class||4 as per NP-033−11|
|Seismic Category||III as per NP-031−11|
|Leakage Class||III as per GOST R 50.05.01−2018|
|Dimensions ( L x W x H)||4225x2850x9147 mm|
|Internal volume||1750±50 L|
|Residual internal pressure||10−3 Pa|
|Pressure at the accident localization||2.1 MPa|
|Operating temperature||from +5 °С to +45 °С|
|Base material||Steel 12Х18Н10Т|
|Service life||5 years|
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