low level radioactive waste Equipment in West Virginia

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Low Level Radioactive Waste

by ENVIKRAFT A/S     based in Birkerød, DENMARK

LLRW is an acronym for waste defined as Low Level Radioactive Waste. The definition of LLRW can be described as all wastes arising and generated within the area of a nuclear power plant. Such waste is not allowed to be removed from the nuclear power plant or treatment facility. The thermal treatment of the waste in the ENVIKRAFT A/S incinerator ...

Model WM2110 Series - Q2 Low Level Waste Assay Systems

by Canberra Industries, Inc.     based in Meriden, CONNECTICUT (USA)

Most nuclear facilities treat all materials as radioactive waste, simply because they have been in an area where they might have become contaminated. Likewise, expensive components are sometimes discarded as contaminated because they have inaccessible surfaces which cannot be tested for contamination. These are very expensive practices which can ...

Model WAM-100 - Waste Assay Monitor

by VF, a.s.     based in Černá Hora, CZECH REPUBLIC

'Waste-Scan' WAM-100 monitors are used for spectrometric characterization of radioactive waste. It can be used in nuclear power plants, waste repositories, science facilities, reprocessing plants etc. typically for LLW measurements or free release.

Nuclear Wastes Treatment

by Tetronics (International) Ltd     based in Swindon, UNITED KINGDOM

Nuclear waste is divided into low, medium, and high‐level waste by the amount of radiological character it contains. Low and Intermediate Level Nuclear waste is the radioactive waste resulting from nuclear facility consumables, clothing, laboratory equipment etc. This waste can adversely affect human health and the environment and therefore ...

BANCO - Waste Control and Dismantling Material

by Saphymo GmbH     based in Frankfurt am Main, GERMANY

The BANCO is an industrial control bench designed to certify the non-radioactivity of any material before or after its integration to the production process. When one of the pre-set threshold levels is exceeded, the monitor displays gamma contamination and triggers the alarms.

Model 8550 - In-Drum Compactors and Drum Crushers

by Waste Control Systems Inc     based in Phoenix, MARYLAND (USA)

Model CTI 50 Compactor Series safely compacts dry, solid or saturated hazardous materials and low-level radioactive waste to provide efficient, space-saving storage, reduced hazardous waste disposal fees and minimal hazardous material drum disposal costs.

MSpec - Portable Fast Responding Radiation Spectrometer and Dose Rate Meter

by RadComm Systems     based in Oakville, ONTARIO (CANADA)

The MSpec portable Fast Responding Radiation Spectrometer and Dose Rate Meter will instantly measure any material for the presence of radioactivity, whether it is General Waste, Medical Waste, or Scrap Metal.

Model 8540 - In-Drum Compactors and Drum Crushers

by Waste Control Systems Inc     based in Phoenix, MARYLAND (USA)

Model CTI 40 Series offers an economical, portable and durable in-drum compaction system for compacting hazardous dry, liquid or solid materials or low-level radioactive wastes within a 55-gallon drum. An energy efficient hydraulic system with safety interlock protects personnel and reduces liabilities during operation. An optional used-drum ...

Model 8560 - In-Drum Compactors and Drum Crushers

by Waste Control Systems Inc     based in Phoenix, MARYLAND (USA)

The Model CTI60 provides safe compaction and economical retrieval of valuable hazardous chemical liquids and hazardous waste materials. The CTI 8560 compactor features an innovative, easy-to-use programmable logic controller unlike any other compactor in its class. The safest crush method in the industry (speed, force, “continuous push, gas ...

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