Combining an Ion Catcher, which is based on the cryogenic stopping cell that is being designed for the Low Energy Branch at the Super-FRS at FAIR , with the high-power accelerator SARAF II, currently under construction at Soreq NRC , and a liquid lithium target  will enable creating a research facility for neutron-rich exotic isotopes based on high-energy neutrons induced fission. I will outline a conceptual design and possible implementation of the Ion Catcher at SARAF, along with rate estimations, which indicate that such a facility will be potent in a world competitive manner, with neutron-rich isotope production rates higher than much larger future facilities such as FRIB.
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