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ALSYMEX

Created in 1947, ALSYMEX employ ≈ 300 people in France and provide services in mechanical engineering for the entire product development chain; advice, design, development, realization, control, commissioning, assistance and maintenance of mechanical & opro-mechanical systems and sub-systems for the aerospace, space, navy, civil nuclear, scientist and defence industries.
Project references:
• CEA – TRANSPORT LMJ Project: design, calculation, manufacturing and integration of opto-mechanical equipment in charge of Laser beam transportation from the Amplification Section (in Laser Halls) to the LMJ Experiment Chamber.
• CEA – PETAL Project: design, calculation (CODAP) and installation of a 50 m3 vacuum compression chamber.
• CEA – PETAL Project: Vacuum engineering – design, calculation, manufacturing, installation, commissioning.
• CEA – LMJ Project: Onsite operational team for the vacuum and opto-mechanical maintenance of the LIL & LMJ facilities.
• CEA – ITER project: Faraday screen bars for Tore Supra Fusion Reactor – Manufacturing
• AREVA – CABRI Reactor: Manufacturing of the in aluminium alloy – AG3net core rack
• AREVA – RJH Project: Manufacturing of reflector in aluminium alloy – 6061 prototype
• WESTINGHOUSE – NPP: Manufacturing of 900MW Guide Tubes of nuclear power plant (EDF).

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Related activities :

Engineering industry, steel industry, defence

Export area :

European Union

North America

North Asia

Local presence :

European Union

Target countries :

European Union

North America

North Asia

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