- Very High Reynolds (up to 108) He flow production;
- High flexibility of flow conditions, due to the large variation of helium properties over the temperature range available (1.6 K to 5 K);
- Both superfluid and normal turbulence measurements possible in the same experiment, with adjustable fraction of the superfluid component (from 1.6 to 2.2 K);
- Miniature pitot anemometer, second sound probes for superfluid turbulence measurement, miniature pressure sensors, torques and power calorimetric measurement;
- Two complementary facilities working with both normal and superfluid helium, one offering high flexibility, the other unsurpassed performance in terms of helium mass flow rate.