Chemical Decontamination of KWU Reactor Installations
Two-step process: This method is a modified APAC process which is chiefly applied for high-alloyed materials. It was used several times in the field.
One-step process: This method is used for isolated systems or components of low-alloyed materials. An application is scheduled for the main steam line of a BWR.
One-step process for total PHT systems: This procedure can be applied to both PWRs and BWRs. The laboratory development has been completed.
The above processes demonstrate that KWU can meet a wide range of decontamination needs.
KeywordsNuclear Power Plant Decontamination Factor Decontamination Procedure Decontamination Process Decontamination Solution
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