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Expertise Sought to Develop Standard Guide for Measuring Equipment Used in Remotely Operated Facilities

Attention: staff members of laboratories and processing facilities in the fields of medical isotope research, radio-pharmaceutical production, nuclear waste treatment, nuclear waste compliance/analysis, and nuclear fuel examination/development—ASTM seeks your expertise.

Information on the design, modification, and utilization of measuring equipment used in remotely operated nuclear facilities is sought by a task group of the Remote Systems Subcommittee, under ASTM Committee C26 on Nuclear Fuel Cycle, who have proposed the development of a standard guide of options or instructions.

Members of the ASTM Nuclear Processing Subcommittee and other equipment stakeholders are invited to contact the task group chair: Bill Mangan, Lead Mechanical Engineer, BNFL, Inc., Idaho Falls, Idaho. Committee C26 meets June 24-28 in Norfolk, Va. For meeting or membership details, contact Staff Manager Jeffrey Adkins, ASTM (phone: 610/832-9738). //

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