TEPCO Restarts Nitrogen Injection In Unit 1 Suppression Chamber

From today’s TEPCO report, they intend to restart nitrogen injection into the torus (suppression chamber). This has been done frequently over the last three months to combat hydrogen build up in the torus. Current containment hydrogen levels are at 0%. There has been some concern over the location of the hydrogen sensors for unit 1 containment. Based on TEPCO documents they currently read containment hydrogen is out in the venting gas handling system.

(Machine Translation)

As proactive in order to check the status of hydrogen generation by water radiolysis in the 1/8 10:37 suppression chamber [No. 1], Resume the continuous inclusion of nitrogen gas into the suppression chamber.”

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