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Depleted Uranium Project

NRC Approves 40 Year License For The Facility On October 2, 2012

NRC Approves 40 Year License For The Facility On October 2, 2012

 

Transporting an Autoclave Shell to the SFC Warehouse

 

Two Autoclave Shells in Storage in the SFC Warehouse

 

Two Autoclave Heads in Storage in the SFC Warehouse

 

Removing the Fluidization Assembly from a DUF4 Product Storage Bin

 

Removing the First DUF4 Product Storage Bin from the DUF4 Building

 

Cutting the Cooling Screw Assembly from the Reduction Reactor by Plasma-Arc

 

Removing the Cooling Screw Assembly from the DUF4 Building

 

The Cooling Screw Assembly Exiting the DUF4 Building

 

Removing the Reduction Reaction Vessel from the DUF4 Building

 

Transporting the Reduction Reaction Vessel to the Storage Area

 

Removing the Second DUF4 Product Storage Bin from the DUF4 Building

 

Cooling Screw Assembly and DUF4 Product Storage Bin Temporarily Stored on Concrete Pad (foreground) Note: Material in Background, Covered in Black Tarps, is not INIS’ Equipment

 

Preparing the UF6 Cylinder Crane for Removal from the DUF4 Building

 

Removing the UF6 Cylinder Crane from the DUF4 Building

 

Transporting the UF6 Cylinder Crane Bridge to the Storage Area

 

Cooling Screw Assembly and DUF4 Product Bins Temporarily in Storage on the Concrete Pad (foreground) Note: Material in Background, Covered in Black Tarps, is not INIS’ Equipment

 

Reduction Reaction Vessel in Storage in the SFC Former Fluorine Building

 

Process Control Valves in Storage in the SFC Former Fluorine Building

 

Reactor Cooling Air Blower in Storage in the SFC Former Fluorine Building

 

Secondary Off-Gas Filter and UF6 Surge Tank in Storage in the SFC Former Fluorine Building

 

 

 

INIS CEO Steve Laflin and Lea County Commissioner Greg Fulfer sign the closing documents for the transfer of the 640 acre site for the proposed depleted uranium de-conversion facility from Lea County to INIS on August 24, 2011.

 

CEO Laflin at the site of the proposed depleted uranium de-conversion and fluorine extraction processing facility.

 

In 2009 INIS acquired an idled UF6 to UF4 de-conversion plant and in July 2011 INIS has begun to recondition some of this equipment and stage it for future use in the new de-conversion facility in Lea County New Mexico. This photo is of the first autoclave unit being removed from the facility for future use.