Pulse Fission Detector, c 1996

Made:
1996 in New Addington
manufacturer:
Centronic Limited

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Pulse Fission Detector, made by Centronic Ltd., King Henry's Drive, New Addington, Surrey, c.1996. Used in the "Start Up" channel for controlling a fast reactor. With mineral-insulated cable. "Cold end termination" for transition from reactor environment to ambient conditions

Details

Category:
Nuclear Energy
Object Number:
1996-321
Materials:
mineral and stainless steel
type:
fission detector
credit:
Centronic Ltd.