In the perspective of the LNS-INFN plan that provides to increase the ion beam power delivered by the existing superconducting cyclotron up to 10 kW, a new FRAgment In-flight SEparator (FRAISE) has been proposed. Due to the constraint of the experimental hall and despite an increasing of the thickness of the shielding walls we expect to run the facility with power no higher than 3 kW. The mass of the ion used as primary beam will be lower than 70 amu.
FRAISE consist of 4 bending magnets arranged in the symmetry configuration to produce an achromatic transport beam line with a momentum acceptance of ±1%.
Although, the room available for FRAISE is limited, in the symmetry point of the system where a degrader will be installed we achieved a maximum dispersion value of 5.2 m.
FRAISE could deliver radioactive ion beam at three experimental rooms where the magnetic spectrometer MAGNEX, the multi detector CHIMERA and the general purpose scattering chamber CICLOPE are respectively installed. Moreover, the superconducting solenoid SOLE will be moved to take advantage to use the new RIB.
The features and the performances of FRAISE will be presented.