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US Nuclear Delivers First Batch of Tritium Monitoring Systems to Nation's Largest Public Power Company

LOS ANGELES, CA - (NewMediaWire) - March 26, 2024 - In an exciting new update, US Nuclear’s Overhoff division recently delivered the first batch of tritium monitoring systems to the nation’s largest public power company. US Nuclear is proud to be a supplier for this customer, who services most of Tennessee and parts of six surrounding states, providing power for over 10 million people that is 60% carbon-free through a diverse energy portfolio. US Nuclear’s tritium monitors will be used at one of the power generating stations to continuously monitor the tritium concentration in air at various locations and provide an early alarm warning if levels rise too high and protecting worker and environmental safety.  

The tritium monitor that was provided for this job was the Model Triathalon-H3 Smart Tritium Air Monitor. This model includes a color touch-screen display and integrated CPU for enhanced functionality and is housed in a NEMA-4/IP-66 rated carbon steel wall-mount enclosure for long-term, continuous operation. Additionally, this unit was qualified to operate in nuclear power generating stations through seismic and electromagnetic compatibility testing. The Model Triathalon-H3 is one of Overhoff’s newer tritium monitors that is quickly gaining popularity.  

US Nuclear’s Overhoff branch is working on finishing the second and final batch of tritium monitors for this customer which will be delivered in the next 1-2 months.  This job underscores US Nuclear’s dedication to providing state-of-the-art tritium monitors to meet the demands of this rapidly growing industry.  

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US Nuclear Corp. (OTC-QB: UCLE)

Robert I. Goldstein, President, CEO, and Chairman 

Michael Hastings, Chief Financial Officer

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