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ringhals

(rĭng′hăls′) also

rinkhals

(rĭngk′-)
n. pl. ring·halses
An African snake (Hemachatus haemachatus) that has one or two whitish bands across the neck and sprays venom at the eyes of an attacker, occasionally causing blindness.
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Wahlborg noted: With the decision to upgrade Ringhals 3 and 4 with independent core cooling, we are adding a further safety system to plants that are already safe, and we can now plan for continued operation for the coming decades.
It also suggests the fee paid by Ringhals AB is raised from 4.
During the night, the police have searched the Ringhals premises with bomb searching dogs and not found anything else," said the Vattenfall statement.
MHI has previously delivered various equipment and components to Ringhals: an RRVCH for Ringhals 2 in 1996, two RRVCHs for Ringhals 3 and 4 in 2005 and 2004, respectively, and five CRDMs for Ringhals 3 in 2005.
In addition, the team visited the Ringhals nuclear power plant (NPP) to review physical protection measures.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-5 September 2008-Swedish technical consulting group AF AB wins 5-year contract from nuclear power plant operator Ringhals AB(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The reactors of Forsmark and Ringhals have gone through a comprehensive modernisation programme allowing operation until the mid-2040s.
Swedish technology company Studsvik AB (OMX Stockholm: SVIK) said on Friday (18 July) that it has received an order for the treatment and metal recycling of three steam generators from Vattenfall Ringhals.