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Miniature Nuclear Reactor Installed

Jackchips
Jackchips Member Posts: 344
had me, ME, convinced that there is an alternative to fossil fuel.

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  • Residential size reactors to be common place installation.

    Date line, Denver Colorado.

    The first in a series of suitcase sized nuclear mini reactors has been installed at a hydronicly heated residence on South Utica street in Denver Colorado. This new system takes advantage of the fact that it generates a small amount of heat continuously. The core is surrounded by thousands of standard 750 millivolt thermocouples. The electricity generated can be used directly through an inverter, or can be converted to AC power and sold back to the utility.

    The reactor is connected to a 10,000 gallon super insulated storage tank. The thermal output capacity is 5,000 btu/H, which doesn't sound like much, but it is continuous, 24/7/365. This will result in 43,800,000 btu's of energy annualy, NOT including the electrical out potential.

    The reactor is being hailed as the answer to global warming and the key to eliminating production of greenhouse gasses.

    The reactor has an expected life expectancy of 50 years, and at the end of that time you simply disconnect it, take it down to the Reactor Exchange building and exchange it for a newly charged model. The reactors used a graphite encased core with Dutrium 334 as the reactant.

    Dutrium 334 has been found to be the cleanest, easiest controlled means of nuclear power known to man kind. It is commonly used in the APU's of the Space Shuttles and power units of Americas naval vessels.

    Additional information can be obtained by contacting
    NIMBYpower.com

    Happy April First Hydronicing!!!

    ME
  • Earthfire
    Earthfire Member Posts: 543
    Is it

    A product of saudi based Osama-Hussein Global Industries?
  • Paul Pollets
    Paul Pollets Member Posts: 3,656
    Is it

    a wall-hung unit? Venting requirements? How heavy is it?
    :)

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  • Glen
    Glen Member Posts: 855
    And -

    what do you do with the condensate???
  • Tommy Stojanov
    Tommy Stojanov Member Posts: 16
    I think...

    The HTM is becoming available again as well, along with the York Heatpipe and The Rheem drum heat exchanger.
  • It's slightly larger than a bread box...

    and I guarantee that if you keep your bread anywhere near it it won't EVER grow mold on it...

    It can be hung on the wall, floor, ceiling, you name it. It doesn't need a vent and produces NO condensate.

    Here's a picture.

    ME
  • Steamhead
    Steamhead Member Posts: 16,710
    Is NIMBYpower.com

    located at Chernobyl? Must be if they're using graphite moderation..............

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  • NIMBY

    not in my back yard.

    Hey Tommy, how have you been?

    I used to sell HTMs and Energy Commanders. Had one in my house. Water heater with it. When they started failing, like they did, I sold the house and moved far away.

    Have you got one now? Did you know that the module was designed to be a cooling HX for Raytheon radar units? (I was a radar tech when I was in the service)

    Nice to see you here again.

    Noel
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