radioactive waste Equipment in Namibia

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BMH Enviro - Radioactive Waste Compacting System

by BMH Technology Oy - Home of the Tyrannosaurus     based in Rauma, FINLAND

BMH delivers equipment for processing of low radioactive waste. In the system waste is crushed to small particle size, thus allowing optimal compacting of material. The waste might consist of textiles, electric cabinets, lightning systems, furniture etc. Compacting degrees of 20 to 1 can be reached, thus enabling cost savings in final deposition ...

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 ...

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 ...

Purolite - Model NRW160 - Removal of Radioactive Isotopes - Selective for Caesium 137

by Purolite Corporation     based in Bala Cynwyd, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Purolite NRW160 is a macroporous polystyrene sulphonate cation exchanger designed to be mechanically strong and capable of withstanding conditions of considerable stress (thermal and oxidative) such as those found in the treatment of radio-active circuits and waste water. The high capacity and ion selectivity of Purolite NRW160 especially for ...

TSA - Model BM185 - Box Waste Monitor

by TSA Systems, Ltd     based in Longmont, COLORADO (USA)

Waste monitor with flexible options to scan small items for radioactive emissions. High Sensitivity Waste Monitor for Small Items, Efficient, Accurate Analysis, Touchscreen Operation, Cost Effective.

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.

LiftPac - Model IP-1 or IP-2 - Certified Lift Bag

by PacTec, Inc.     based in Clinton, LOUISIANA (USA)

The LiftPac is an IP-1 or IP-2 certified lift bag that meets IAEA requirements for packaging and disposing of construction debris or flow-able solids. LiftPac is traditionally constructed of both woven and non-woven polymeric materials. LiftPac has a patented closure method that incorporates two zipper pulls for added security¬ and features a ...

VacuDry - Mercury Recovery / NORM Wastes

by econ industries GmbH     based in Starnberg, GERMANY

Applications and design, Process: Indirect Heated Vacuum Thermal Desorption / Vacuum Distillation. Source: By-product from industrial processes, e.g. Chloralkali electrolysis Mercury contaminated sludge from natural gas drilling, oil and gas NORM Residues from fungicidal production, wood impregnation, amalgamation or recycled fluorescent tubes ...

Hazardous Waste Shredder

by Granutech-Saturn Systems     based in Grand Prairie, TEXAS (USA)

The disposal of hazardous waste requires special handling to ensure that safety and regulatory requirements are met. Preparing the waste for incineration or burial requires equipment that is durable and reliable so that the materials are processed safely and in accordance with the regulatory requirements. Granutech’s Saturn Shredders are ...

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 ...

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