Moscow company ships first cargo of equipment for nuclear reactor to China
MOSCOW. June 7 (Interfax) - Moscow-based producer of devices and apparatus for radiation measurement and control Doza has shipped its first cargo of equipment to China, head of the Moscow city department for investment and industry policy Mikhail Prokhorov said.
"The company exports its products to more than 50 countries. Today, its automated systems already operate at seven foreign nuclear power plants. Now, they will also be controlling the operations of the CFR-600 sodium-cooled fast demonstration reactor - one of China's biggest national projects in the field of nuclear science and technology," Prokhorov was quoted as saying by the department's press service on Monday.
The press service said the enterprise had sent to China several types of its units for continuous automatic control of the concentration of radioactive aerosols and gases in the air of working areas and ventilation systems.
Moscow-based research and development enterprise Doza develops and produces radiation control systems. The company was founded 30 years ago.
The CFR-600 nuclear reactor is under construction in China's Fujian province. It is a demonstration project of the China National Nuclear Corporation and is due to be commissioned in 2024.