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18.10.2018 / Anika Bank, Trainee

Laser cell against nuclear waste

The Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre help British suppliers win contracts in the nuclear sector - therefore, they built up a laser cell in an unusual format.

To avoid welding metal containers for the temporary storage of nuclear waste by hand, the Nuclear AMRC worked together with the systems integrator Cyan Tec Systems. Their goal: to provide a laser cell for containers in a size that has not existed before.

This is how the installation of a laser cell works:

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