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Removal of the feeder pipes is the first step in preparing for disassembly of Darlington Unit 2.
Brotech Precision CNC Machining has been delivering precision components for the Canadian nuclear industry for over 20 years.
When Brandon Wyatt started his career as a steamfitter, he never expected to find himself working with zebra mussels.
Julie monitors the chemistry of a nuclear reactor undergoing refurbishment to ensure it remains in good condition and within specified operating limits.
Jamie Martin builds scaffolding to help refurbishment workers access components inside the recently defuelled Unit 2 nuclear reactor vault.
Construction of the platforms has set the stage for removal and replacement of the Unit 2 reactor components.
Larry Bishop has established a reputation as a "go-to person" when complex weld work needs to be completed.
The disassembly of Unit 2 will engage more than 1,600 people and involve use of specially designed tools and technology.
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