Seal glass penetration
A penetration module for nuclear power plants consists of: SCHOTT's Eternaloc® glass-to-metal sealed penetrations have been stringently tested at Wyle.
Data for Penetration Seals
Another edge seal provides structural stability. Insulating glass reduces thermal losses, resulting in lower energy consumption and reduced condensation.
The resulting colored glass is used to reduce heat penetration into buildings and.
Description:In these plants, controlled nuclear fission is used as a high-energy heat source to turn water into steam, which spins an electricity-generating turbine. Nuclear power plant containment structures are entirely sealed off constructions designed to safely contain the nuclear reactor. In order to keep the radioactive high-energy source controlled, electricity is needed inside the containment structure to supply thousands of instruments, control panels, electric motors and many other electronic devices.