Keller Technology Provides Undulators for SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory’s LCLS-II Free Electron Laser

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Keller Technology had the honor of supplying undulators for SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory’s newest project, the Linac Coherent Light Source-II (LCLS-II ) which is designed to be 10,000 times brighter than the original LCLS laser. In fact, we have been a part of the LCLS-II program for almost a decade.

“This was an amazing project to be involved with,” stated Barnaby Keller, Keller Technology’s Vice President of Business Development. “We are very excited for LCLS-II’s first light. [Here at] Keller Technology Corporation, we are honored to have been able to work with such a great team SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Berkeley Lab and provide fully integrated HXR and SXR undulators.”

These undulators can be found two miles into the accelerator in a section called, “Undulator Hall.” In this section, there are one hundred meters of alternating magnets that create coherent laser light in the X-rays regime. Learn more about this facility and check out our equipment in action:

Are you part of an industry that involves beam delivery and accelerator components that require highly specialized fabrications? Contact the team at Keller Technology to find the exact precision fabrication solution your next project.

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