The Brockhouse suite consists of 3 beamlines which all recieve X-rays from 1 of 2 insertion devices placed in the sector 4 straight section of the storage ring. An undulator produces a very brillant and narrow bandwidth beam that can be used for applications such as inelastic scattering or small angle scattering. Two beamlines are serviced by a wiggler. The lower energy X-rays are reflected by a mirror to end-stations equipted for crystallography. The high energy beam is bent by a monochromator to another set of end-stations used for pair distribution function and high pressure analysis.
See the other links in the "About" tab for more specific information on each beamline and the end stations.