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The rebuilding of Darlington’s Unit 2 reactor is officially underway, as staff begin installing new calandria tubes.
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First, Darlington Nuclear’s Unit 2 reactor was taken apart. Now, it’s time to put it back together.
With extraction of the final calandria tube from the Unit 2 reactor, the removal phase on the Darlington Refurbishment Project is now complete.
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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.
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