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First, Darlington Nuclear’s Unit 2 reactor was taken apart. Now, it’s time to put it back together.
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The last calandria tube insert was removed on March 28, completing yet another step in the disassembly phase of Darlington Nuclear Generating Station’s Unit 2 reactor.
Planning has already begun to refurbish Unit 3, with a robust process in place to create efficiencies by capturing, assessing and incorporating lessons learned from Unit 2.
A new study between UOIT and OPG is allowing students to apply their learning and gain experience while providing Darlington Refurb with critical information about productivity.
Workers removed the last pressure tube from Darlington’s Unit 2 reactor on March 3, setting the stage for the Darlington Refurbishment project to enter its final phase in disassembling the reactor.
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