Lansing, NY, June 12, 2015 -- ADC USA announced today that it has been selected by Oak
Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) to design the Tuning Stub as part of the international ITER
project for Fusion.
Alexander Deyhim, President of ADC, commented “This contract is a significant win for the
team, especially being an ITER project with extremely demanding Quality Control requirements.
Our investment in becoming ISO 9001 certified and adding capabilities is another example of
ADC’s willingness and ability to invest in our engineering and manufacturing equipment required
to cost effectively manufacture complex assemblies at a superior level of quality.”
ITER is a large-scale scientific experiment that aims to demonstrate that it is possible to
produce commercial energy from fusion. For additional information, please visit the ITER web
site at http://www.iter.org/.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory is a multiprogramming science and technology laboratory
managed by the U.S Department of Energy by UT-Battelle, LLC. Scientists and engineers
conduct basic and applied research and development to create scientific knowledge and
technological solutions that strengthen the nation's leadership in key areas of science; increase
the availability of clean, abundant energy; restore and protect the environment; and contribute to national security. For additional information, please visit the ORNL web site at
About the company: ADC USA, located near Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, is a leading
developer and supplier of complex scientific components and instruments for large government
laboratories and corporations around the world. Founded as a privately held company in 1995,
ADC has grown into one of world’s leading technology companies and has enjoyed 18 straight
years of business growth and profitability with more than 500 customers located in over 26
countries. ADC’s vision is to be a global leader in the development and manufacturing of
innovative products for scientific and research markets. For more information on “ADC” please
go to: http://www.adc9001.com.