Mega Industries has been awarded an additional $357,040 in contracts from Michigan State University (MSU) for the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams. (FRIB)
Successful Completion Phase I of $2.6 Million Dollar Contract
The new contract comes as 500 meters of MEGA’s coaxial transmission lines are being installed at FRIB, completing the first phase of the initial $2.6 million dollar contract. “During a recent visit to FRIB, we were given the opportunity to meet more of the team and witness the installation of transmission lines manufactured by MEGA. MEGA is looking forward to partnering with FRIB on the newest contract and will continue to support their efforts by sharing our knowledge and experience with their team. ” said Peter Matthews, CTO Mega Industries.
Details of the New $357,040 Contract
The most recent contract includes developing and manufacturing bellows assemblies for several of FRIB’s components including: Quarter Wave Resonator, Baseline Fundamental Mode Power Coupler, QWR 90 Degree RF Elbows with QWR Warm Transitions and a 3-Way Power Combiner.
“This latest contract further expands MEGA’s value to the FRIB project and leverages the capabilities of both our engineering and manufacturing teams” said Lisa Cummings, Mega Industries Account Manager. “The talented Engineering groups at MSU and Mega work very well together and look forward to continued successful endeavors as partners.”