The physical layout of the equipment in the experimental hutch is shown below.
The hutch is air-conditioned (temperature stability ± 1 deg.) and serviced with cold water, compressed air and nitrogen gas together with a pump exhaust system. Strict atmospheric control is possible in the experimental hutch, utilising a radiation monitored air/ozone extraction system, to allow experiments on actinide materials. To facilitate manipulation of heavy equipment, the hutch is equipped with a 1 ton overhead crane. There is a hinged chicane between the hutch and the main control cabin (CC3) to permit temporary installation of special electrical connections if required. A motorised closed circuit television camera is permanently installed, together with a second tripod mounted camera, both of which are displayed on monitors in the adjacent control cabin.