Introducing PIP2-L001

This is PIP-II's very first low-beta 650-MHz cavity, which arrived at Fermilab on May 14. It is a present from the Italian institute INFN and was made by E. Zanon S.p.A. PIP-II, accelerator technology, accelerator, INFN, collaboration Photo: Andrew Penhollow

This is PIP-II’s very first low-beta 650-MHz cavity, which arrived at Fermilab on May 14. It is a present from the Italian institute INFN and was made by E. Zanon S.p.A. Photo: Andrew Penhollow

To meet PIP-II requirements, this challenging cavity design entails the development of unprecedented processing and radio-frequency control techniques. These photos were taken in Industrial Building 4. PIP-II, accelerator, accelerator technology, INFN, collaboration Photo: Andrew Penhollow

To meet PIP-II requirements, this challenging cavity design entails the development of unprecedented processing and radio-frequency control techniques. These photos were taken in Industrial Building 4. Photo: Andrew Penhollow