NRC probes radiation exposure at foundry
Aug 15, 2005 | 07:27 AM
| Philip Burgert
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is investigating how damage to a nuclear gauge at DaimlerChrysler AG's Indianapolis foundry resulted in possible radiation exposure to several workers.Commission officials said the permanently mounted gauge, which is used to measure the level of metal in the cast iron engine block foundry's equipment, was damaged when it overheated during foundry operations late last month.....
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