PIAF

PTB Ion Accelerator Facility, Braunschweig, Germany

Credit: PTB

The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) is the National Metrology Institute of Germany. At the PTB Ion Accelerator Facility (PIAF), protons, deuterium and 4He beams can be provided either by a 2 MV tandetron or by a CV28 cyclotron accelerator. These ion beams can be used directly, for microbeam analysis, or to generate secondary radiation fields – high energy photons, monoenergetic neutrons, or high-intensity neutron beams with broad energy distributions. Pulsed mode of the ion beams with ns time resolution allows for time-of-flight measurements with flight distances up to 30 m

The CV28 cyclotron accelerator at the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt. Credit: PTB

Contact information:

Country of installation:

  • Germany
  • everyone whose affiliation is outside of Germany can apply for TNA

Key information at a glance:

Presentation of TNA to PIAF given at the ChETEC-INFRA kick-off meeting (May 4, 2021):

Quantity of access to be provided:

  • 140 beam time hours

Website:

Infrastructures for Transnational Access (TNA)