Superconducting Cable Ties & Systems
Our company has been dealing with superconducting ceramics and their applications for more than 15 years.
In the first period, various devices were developed using high-temperature ceramics, and research was also carried out on low-temperature superconducting systems.
Our latest research for CERN was the development of a technology that allows low temperature superconducting cable connections to be superconducting, so no voltage is applied to them. Explosive technology has achieved the desired goal.
By making small explosions – essentially pyrotechnic quantities – we have achieved that there is no voltage between the superconducting cables we connect, so no heat is generated. The development of heat would be dangerous because bubbling would inhibit the connection between the material to be cooled and the refrigerant.