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First applications for Diakont's decontamination robot

26 juli 2019

Diakont of the USA provided cleaning and decontamination services using its new underwater robotic decontamination systems at four undisclosed nuclear power plants during early 2019, cleaning refuelling cavities, dryer-separator pools, and a suppression pool.

photo: Diakont

Bron: World Nuclear News
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