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Frazer-Nash to support IMSR graphite moderator fabrication

28 november 2019

Frazer-Nash is to provide engineering services related to the fabrication of the graphite moderator for Terrestrial Energy's Integrated Molten Salt Reactor under a newly announced contract between the two companies.

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