The CAPER facility at TLK originally devoted to R&D on tokamak exhaust processing has been significantly upgraded over the last years. Beside new R&D on highly tritiated water, CAPER is presently largely used to support satellite experiments, mainly those dedicated to R&D on advanced analytics. Mutation from R&D to part of the TLK tritium infrastructure necessitated new features to be installed in order to facilitate and optimize tritiated mixtures preparation and sample filling, and to enable satellites experiments to discharge their waste gas to CAPER for clean-up. This paper presents recent CAPER mutations to become a central and key facility at TLK.