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Number: 976/DIG.293
Name: Nuclear technology > Details of nuclear power plant [g21d-1/00] *** (control dig. 296) > Nuclear facilities decommissioning arrangements [g21d-1/00b] *** (decontamination arrangements; treating radioactively contaminated material dig. 375+)

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4950086 Structure having radioactive plant components Aug. 21, 1990
4813313 Apparatus for demolishing a reactor shield wall Mar. 21, 1989
4756656 Sectional device handling tool Jul. 12, 1988
4756874 Minimization of radioactive material deposition in water-cooled nuclear reactors Jul. 12, 1988
4594774 Machines for dismantling decommissioned nuclear reactors Jun. 17, 1986
4483790 Method of disposing of shut-down nuclear power plants Nov. 20, 1984
4299658 Radiation shield ring assembly and method of disassembling components of a nuclear steam generator using such assembly Nov. 10, 1981
4192053 Method for retubing a steam generator Mar. 11, 1980

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