dry storage

dry storage

[′drī ‚stȯr·ij]
(mechanical engineering)
Cold storage in which refrigeration is provided by chilled air.
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The report primarily focuses on the dry storage of spent nuclear fuel in casks.
Furthermore, it will be tasked with the placement of fuel in dry storage casks, and secure storage of fuel on the site s existing interim storage pad.
Features a large Service Center, boat accessories, engine parts, high and dry storage, boat detailing, gasoline at their docks, full service marina, dealership, and boat storage business.
The accelerated transfer will result in more spent fuel being in dry storage, which translates into an increased dry storage risk.
NORTHBRIDGE - The dry storage barn at the DPW yard on Fletcher Street has been called "The Red Shed" for years.
Though PFS selected off-the-shelf dry storage technology for the facility, it took NRC nearly nine years to issue a licensing determination that allowed the project.
Don's started with 110,000 sq ft of cold storage (able to blast freeze 20 semitrucks of fresh poultry per day) and 36,000 sq ft of dry storage.
The Marina will include: fuel dock, dry storage, gourmet center, and emergency fire, medical and security services.
Mouse droppings were found on the carpet of the stairs, under the fridge freezer and under the shelves of the dry storage when inspectors visited in September last year.
It's bigger than a standard car garage and with the equipment on board, it needs secure, dry storage every night from December 8 to 23.
Ralph Akiwenzie, the chief of the Chippewas of Nawash, fears Ontario Hydro's plan to build a dry storage facility for radioactive waste will impact his people "seven generations hence.
1 Boeing's B-29 Superfortress, for example, the long-range heavy bomber used for atomic raids on Japan and a gift from the Americans, arrived from dry storage in the Nevada desert.