Friday, 27 April 2012

Tyne Engineering is opening a new facility in the two of Deep River

A new nuclear-based business ( coming to the town of Deep River: ... see also the aecl's related announcement: "Located in close proximity to the AECL Chalk River Laboratories, the new Tyne facility signals an increased nuclear industry presence in the Ottawa Valley and will be home to some of Tyne’s high-tech manufacturing activities including work on hydrogen and oxygen recombination and hydrogen isotope separation technologies.
A close collaborator with AECL, Oakville-based Tyne Engineering is an established nuclear engineering firm that works in the fields of process engineering, mechanical engineering and instrumentation and controls for nuclear- and tritium-related industries. Tyne is excited to be involved in AECL-developed technologies, one of which is the PAR technology, which is a state-of-the-art safety system designed to remove the risk of hydrogen build-up in reactor buildings."

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