Sendai Reactor Has Condenser Malfunction | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Sendai Reactor Has Condenser Malfunction

The only operating reactor in Japan has developed a problem with its condenser system. Detection of conductivity was found in the secondary loop system indicating sea water was leaking from the condenser. In pressurized water reactors of the type at Sendai there is a middle piping loop to transfer heat so that the sea water is never in direct potential contact with the reactor water.

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