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Volume reduction of radioactive waste is one of the key issues and economic factors for repositories. Super-Compactors can be adjusted to be used with various kinds of waste containers. On February 1st, 2014, Babcock Noell has taken over Fontijne Grotnes BV technology of nuclear Super-Compactors thus extending Babcock Noell’s portfolio to include further important components for handling and treatment of nuclear waste in nuclear facilities.

With further attractive solutions and highly efficient technologies for Super-Compactors, Babcock Noell is now in the position to expand its existing variety of systems used to reduce the volume of radioactive waste:

  • Solid low active waste (LAW) and medium active waste (MAW) to include plutonium contaminated material (PCM)
  • Press capacity up to 20,000 kN
  • Drum handling for drums containing 80 liters, 100 liters, 180 liters, 200 liters and 52 or 55 US gallons
  • Capacity of up to 15 drums per hour

 

Overview of reference projects at Babcock Noell GmbH:

High-pressure press: Babcock Noell technology

  • Dounreay, UK; Construction of a new 1000 ton high-pressure press for intermediate-level radioactive waste
  • Belgoprocess, Belgium; Construction of a new 2000 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste including dismantling (removal and packing) of the old 2000 ton high-pressure press and the maintenance and repair of peripheral devices
  • Belgoprocess, Belgium; Remote conversion/modification of the 1000 ton high-pressure press in the Pamela building for intermediate-level radioactive waste
  • ANSTO, Australia; Programming of the control system for a 2000 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste

High-pressure press: Fontjine Grotnes technology

  • BJHSTC, Research Center, China; Construction of a new 500 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste
  • Energy Solutions, KKW Haiyang, China; Construction of a new1500 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste
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Volume reduction of radioactive waste is one of the key issues and economic factors for repositories. Super-Compactors can be adjusted to be used with various kinds of waste containers. On February 1st, 2014, Babcock Noell has taken over Fontijne Grotnes BV technology of nuclear Super-Compactors thus extending Babcock Noell’s portfolio to include further important components for handling and treatment of nuclear waste in nuclear facilities.

With further attractive solutions and highly efficient technologies for Super-Compactors, Babcock Noell is now in the position to expand its existing variety of systems used to reduce the volume of radioactive waste:

  • Solid low active waste (LAW) and medium active waste (MAW) to include plutonium contaminated material (PCM)
  • Press capacity up to 20,000 kN
  • Drum handling for drums containing 80 liters, 100 liters, 180 liters, 200 liters and 52 or 55 US gallons
  • Capacity of up to 15 drums per hour

 

Overview of reference projects at Babcock Noell GmbH:

High-pressure press: Babcock Noell technology

  • Dounreay, UK; Construction of a new 1000 ton high-pressure press for intermediate-level radioactive waste
  • Belgoprocess, Belgium; Construction of a new 2000 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste including dismantling (removal and packing) of the old 2000 ton high-pressure press and the maintenance and repair of peripheral devices
  • Belgoprocess, Belgium; Remote conversion/modification of the 1000 ton high-pressure press in the Pamela building for intermediate-level radioactive waste
  • ANSTO, Australia; Programming of the control system for a 2000 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste

High-pressure press: Fontjine Grotnes technology

  • BJHSTC, Research Center, China; Construction of a new 500 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste
  • Energy Solutions, KKW Haiyang, China; Construction of a new1500 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste
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Volume reduction of radioactive waste is one of the key issues and economic factors for repositories. Super-Compactors can be adjusted to be used with various kinds of waste containers. On February 1st, 2014, Babcock Noell has taken over Fontijne Grotnes BV technology of nuclear Super-Compactors thus extending Babcock Noell’s portfolio to include further important components for handling and treatment of nuclear waste in nuclear facilities.

With further attractive solutions and highly efficient technologies for Super-Compactors, Babcock Noell is now in the position to expand its existing variety of systems used to reduce the volume of radioactive waste:

  • Solid low active waste (LAW) and medium active waste (MAW) to include plutonium contaminated material (PCM)
  • Press capacity up to 20,000 kN
  • Drum handling for drums containing 80 liters, 100 liters, 180 liters, 200 liters and 52 or 55 US gallons
  • Capacity of up to 15 drums per hour

 

Overview of reference projects at Babcock Noell GmbH:

High-pressure press: Babcock Noell technology

  • Dounreay, UK; Construction of a new 1000 ton high-pressure press for intermediate-level radioactive waste
  • Belgoprocess, Belgium; Construction of a new 2000 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste including dismantling (removal and packing) of the old 2000 ton high-pressure press and the maintenance and repair of peripheral devices
  • Belgoprocess, Belgium; Remote conversion/modification of the 1000 ton high-pressure press in the Pamela building for intermediate-level radioactive waste
  • ANSTO, Australia; Programming of the control system for a 2000 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste

High-pressure press: Fontjine Grotnes technology

  • BJHSTC, Research Center, China; Construction of a new 500 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste
  • Energy Solutions, KKW Haiyang, China; Construction of a new1500 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste
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Zur Volumenreduzierung aktivierter und kontaminierter Abfälle wie Kerneinbauten, BE-Strukturteile oder auch niedrig- bis mittelaktiver Abfälle liefern wir auf Ihren Bedarf zugeschnittene Hochdruckpressen.

Die Volumenreduktion der radioaktiven Abfälle ist eines der zentralen Themen und wirtschaftlichen Faktoren für die Endlager. Unsere langjährige Erfahrung mit Sonderlösungen gepaart mit der Technologie von Fontijne Grotnes BV, welche wir Anfang 2014 übernommen haben, garantiert Ihnen Babcock Noell den neusten Stand der Technik auf diesem Gebiet. Die Hochdruckpressen können für verschiedene Abfallbehältnisse angepasst und genutzt werden.

- Schwach- und mittelradioaktiver Abfall einschließlich Plutonium kontaminierter Abfälle
- Presskräfte bis zu 20.000 kN
- Handhabung von Fässern u. a. mit 80 l , 100 l, 200 l und 52 oder 55 US-Gallonen
- Kapazität bis zu 15 Fässern in der Stunde

Für die Integration der Hochdruckpressen in komplette Prozesse bietet Babcock Noell auch Systemlösungen inklusive Handhabungs-, Sortier- und Zementiereinrichtungen an.


Referenzen-Übersicht Babcock Noell GmbH:

Hochdruck-Presse: Babcock Noell Technologie

  • Dounreay, UK; Neubau einer 1.000 t Hochdruck-Presse für mittelradioaktive Abfälle
  • Belgoprocess, Belgien; Neubau einer 2000 t Hochdruck-Presse für niedrigaktive Abfälle, einschließlich der Demontage (Ausbau und Verpackung) der alten 2.000 t Hochdruck-Presse, Wartung und Instandsetzung der peripheren Geräte
  • Belgoprocess, Belgien; Fernhantierter Umbau / Modifizierung der 1000 t Hochdruck-Presse für mittelaktiven Abfall im Gebäude Pamela
  • ANSTO, Australien; Adaption der 2.000 t Hochdruck-Presse für niedrigaktive Abfälle

Hochdruck-Presse: Fontjine Grotnes Technologie

  • BJHSTC, Forschungszentrum, China; Neubau einer 500 t Hochdruck-Presse für niedrigaktive Abfälle
  • Energy Solutions, KKW Haiyang, China; Neubau einer 1.500 t Hochdruck-Presse für niedrigaktive Abfälle
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Zur Volumenreduzierung aktivierter und kontaminierter Abfälle wie Kerneinbauten, BE-Strukturteile oder auch niedrig- bis mittelaktiver Abfälle liefern wir auf Ihren Bedarf zugeschnittene Hochdruckpressen.

Die Volumenreduktion der radioaktiven Abfälle ist eines der zentralen Themen und wirtschaftlichen Faktoren für die Endlager. Unsere langjährige Erfahrung mit Sonderlösungen gepaart mit der Technologie von Fontijne Grotnes BV, welche wir Anfang 2014 übernommen haben, garantiert Ihnen Babcock Noell den neusten Stand der Technik auf diesem Gebiet. Die Hochdruckpressen können für verschiedene Abfallbehältnisse angepasst und genutzt werden.

- Schwach- und mittelradioaktiver Abfall einschließlich Plutonium kontaminierter Abfälle
- Presskräfte bis zu 20.000 kN
- Handhabung von Fässern u. a. mit 80 l , 100 l, 200 l und 52 oder 55 US-Gallonen
- Kapazität bis zu 15 Fässern in der Stunde

Für die Integration der Hochdruckpressen in komplette Prozesse bietet Babcock Noell auch Systemlösungen inklusive Handhabungs-, Sortier- und Zementiereinrichtungen an.


Referenzen-Übersicht Babcock Noell GmbH:

Hochdruck-Presse: Babcock Noell Technologie

  • Dounreay, UK; Neubau einer 1.000 t Hochdruck-Presse für mittelradioaktive Abfälle
  • Belgoprocess, Belgien; Neubau einer 2000 t Hochdruck-Presse für niedrigaktive Abfälle, einschließlich der Demontage (Ausbau und Verpackung) der alten 2.000 t Hochdruck-Presse, Wartung und Instandsetzung der peripheren Geräte
  • Belgoprocess, Belgien; Fernhantierter Umbau / Modifizierung der 1000 t Hochdruck-Presse für mittelaktiven Abfall im Gebäude Pamela
  • ANSTO, Australien; Adaption der 2.000 t Hochdruck-Presse für niedrigaktive Abfälle

Hochdruck-Presse: Fontjine Grotnes Technologie

  • BJHSTC, Forschungszentrum, China; Neubau einer 500 t Hochdruck-Presse für niedrigaktive Abfälle
  • Energy Solutions, KKW Haiyang, China; Neubau einer 1.500 t Hochdruck-Presse für niedrigaktive Abfälle
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Volume reduction of radioactive waste is one of the key issues and economic factors for repositories. Super-Compactors can be adjusted to be used with various kinds of waste containers. On February 1st, 2014, Babcock Noell has taken over Fontijne Grotnes BV technology of nuclear Super-Compactors thus extending Babcock Noell’s portfolio to include further important components for handling and treatment of nuclear waste in nuclear facilities.

With further attractive solutions and highly efficient technologies for Super-Compactors, Babcock Noell is now in the position to expand its existing variety of systems used to reduce the volume of radioactive waste:

  • Solid low active waste (LAW) and medium active waste (MAW) to include plutonium contaminated material (PCM)
  • Press capacity up to 20,000 kN
  • Drum handling for drums containing 80 liters, 100 liters, 180 liters, 200 liters and 52 or 55 US gallons
  • Capacity of up to 15 drums per hour

 

Overview of reference projects at Babcock Noell GmbH:

High-pressure press: Babcock Noell technology

  • Dounreay, UK; Construction of a new 1000 ton high-pressure press for intermediate-level radioactive waste
  • Belgoprocess, Belgium; Construction of a new 2000 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste including dismantling (removal and packing) of the old 2000 ton high-pressure press and the maintenance and repair of peripheral devices
  • Belgoprocess, Belgium; Remote conversion/modification of the 1000 ton high-pressure press in the Pamela building for intermediate-level radioactive waste
  • ANSTO, Australia; Programming of the control system for a 2000 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste

High-pressure press: Fontjine Grotnes technology

  • BJHSTC, Research Center, China; Construction of a new 500 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste
  • Energy Solutions, KKW Haiyang, China; Construction of a new1500 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste
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Volume reduction of radioactive waste is one of the key issues and economic factors for repositories. Super-Compactors can be adjusted to be used with various kinds of waste containers. On February 1st, 2014, Babcock Noell has taken over Fontijne Grotnes BV technology of nuclear Super-Compactors thus extending Babcock Noell’s portfolio to include further important components for handling and treatment of nuclear waste in nuclear facilities.

With further attractive solutions and highly efficient technologies for Super-Compactors, Babcock Noell is now in the position to expand its existing variety of systems used to reduce the volume of radioactive waste:

  • Solid low active waste (LAW) and medium active waste (MAW) to include plutonium contaminated material (PCM)
  • Press capacity up to 20,000 kN
  • Drum handling for drums containing 80 liters, 100 liters, 180 liters, 200 liters and 52 or 55 US gallons
  • Capacity of up to 15 drums per hour

 

Overview of reference projects at Babcock Noell GmbH:

High-pressure press: Babcock Noell technology

  • Dounreay, UK; Construction of a new 1000 ton high-pressure press for intermediate-level radioactive waste
  • Belgoprocess, Belgium; Construction of a new 2000 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste including dismantling (removal and packing) of the old 2000 ton high-pressure press and the maintenance and repair of peripheral devices
  • Belgoprocess, Belgium; Remote conversion/modification of the 1000 ton high-pressure press in the Pamela building for intermediate-level radioactive waste
  • ANSTO, Australia; Programming of the control system for a 2000 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste

High-pressure press: Fontjine Grotnes technology

  • BJHSTC, Research Center, China; Construction of a new 500 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste
  • Energy Solutions, KKW Haiyang, China; Construction of a new1500 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste
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Volume reduction of radioactive waste is one of the key issues and economic factors for repositories. Super-Compactors can be adjusted to be used with various kinds of waste containers. On February 1st, 2014, Babcock Noell has taken over Fontijne Grotnes BV technology of nuclear Super-Compactors thus extending Babcock Noell’s portfolio to include further important components for handling and treatment of nuclear waste in nuclear facilities.

With further attractive solutions and highly efficient technologies for Super-Compactors, Babcock Noell is now in the position to expand its existing variety of systems used to reduce the volume of radioactive waste:

  • Solid low active waste (LAW) and medium active waste (MAW) to include plutonium contaminated material (PCM)
  • Press capacity up to 20,000 kN
  • Drum handling for drums containing 80 liters, 100 liters, 180 liters, 200 liters and 52 or 55 US gallons
  • Capacity of up to 15 drums per hour

 

Overview of reference projects at Babcock Noell GmbH:

High-pressure press: Babcock Noell technology

  • Dounreay, UK; Construction of a new 1000 ton high-pressure press for intermediate-level radioactive waste
  • Belgoprocess, Belgium; Construction of a new 2000 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste including dismantling (removal and packing) of the old 2000 ton high-pressure press and the maintenance and repair of peripheral devices
  • Belgoprocess, Belgium; Remote conversion/modification of the 1000 ton high-pressure press in the Pamela building for intermediate-level radioactive waste
  • ANSTO, Australia; Programming of the control system for a 2000 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste

High-pressure press: Fontjine Grotnes technology

  • BJHSTC, Research Center, China; Construction of a new 500 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste
  • Energy Solutions, KKW Haiyang, China; Construction of a new1500 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste
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Volume reduction of radioactive waste is one of the key issues and economic factors for repositories. Super-Compactors can be adjusted to be used with various kinds of waste containers. On February 1st, 2014, Babcock Noell has taken over Fontijne Grotnes BV technology of nuclear Super-Compactors thus extending Babcock Noell’s portfolio to include further important components for handling and treatment of nuclear waste in nuclear facilities.

With further attractive solutions and highly efficient technologies for Super-Compactors, Babcock Noell is now in the position to expand its existing variety of systems used to reduce the volume of radioactive waste:

  • Solid low active waste (LAW) and medium active waste (MAW) to include plutonium contaminated material (PCM)
  • Press capacity up to 20,000 kN
  • Drum handling for drums containing 80 liters, 100 liters, 180 liters, 200 liters and 52 or 55 US gallons
  • Capacity of up to 15 drums per hour

 

Overview of reference projects at Babcock Noell GmbH:

High-pressure press: Babcock Noell technology

  • Dounreay, UK; Construction of a new 1000 ton high-pressure press for intermediate-level radioactive waste
  • Belgoprocess, Belgium; Construction of a new 2000 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste including dismantling (removal and packing) of the old 2000 ton high-pressure press and the maintenance and repair of peripheral devices
  • Belgoprocess, Belgium; Remote conversion/modification of the 1000 ton high-pressure press in the Pamela building for intermediate-level radioactive waste
  • ANSTO, Australia; Programming of the control system for a 2000 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste

High-pressure press: Fontjine Grotnes technology

  • BJHSTC, Research Center, China; Construction of a new 500 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste
  • Energy Solutions, KKW Haiyang, China; Construction of a new1500 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste

Volume reduction of radioactive waste is one of the key issues and economic factors for repositories. Super-Compactors can be adjusted to be used with various kinds of waste containers. On February 1st, 2014, Babcock Noell has taken over Fontijne Grotnes BV technology of nuclear Super-Compactors thus extending Babcock Noell’s portfolio to include further important components for handling and treatment of nuclear waste in nuclear facilities.

With further attractive solutions and highly efficient technologies for Super-Compactors, Babcock Noell is now in the position to expand its existing variety of systems used to reduce the volume of radioactive waste:

  • Solid low active waste (LAW) and medium active waste (MAW) to include plutonium contaminated material (PCM)
  • Press capacity up to 20,000 kN
  • Drum handling for drums containing 80 liters, 100 liters, 180 liters, 200 liters and 52 or 55 US gallons
  • Capacity of up to 15 drums per hour

 

Overview of reference projects at Babcock Noell GmbH:

High-pressure press: Babcock Noell technology

  • Dounreay, UK; Construction of a new 1000 ton high-pressure press for intermediate-level radioactive waste
  • Belgoprocess, Belgium; Construction of a new 2000 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste including dismantling (removal and packing) of the old 2000 ton high-pressure press and the maintenance and repair of peripheral devices
  • Belgoprocess, Belgium; Remote conversion/modification of the 1000 ton high-pressure press in the Pamela building for intermediate-level radioactive waste
  • ANSTO, Australia; Programming of the control system for a 2000 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste

High-pressure press: Fontjine Grotnes technology

  • BJHSTC, Research Center, China; Construction of a new 500 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste
  • Energy Solutions, KKW Haiyang, China; Construction of a new1500 ton high-pressure press for low-level radioactive waste

Contact

Wolfgang Mützel

Sales
Babcock Noell GmbH
Alfred Nobel Str. 20
97080 Würzburg
Germany
Phone: +49 931 903-1702
Fax: +49 931 903-1018

Marc Winter

Head of Division
Babcock Noell GmbH
Alfred Nobel Str. 20
97080 Würzburg
Phone: +49 931 903-1409
Fax: +49 931 903-1018