US Nuclear Corp Obtains New Purchase Orders

New Advances in Tritium Technology

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — US Nuclear Corp. announces a series of new purchase orders from its customers. US Nuclear Corp’s Overhoff Technology Corp division has recently received $860,000 in new purchase orders for air monitors and process monitors, from the United States Department of Energy (US DOE) at Los Alamos National Labs, Atomtec in China and Radiation Measurement Systems (RMS) in Canada.

 These orders include new and enhanced products from our model 357 Wire Grid HTO, model Triathalon and model TGMS. The TGMS is a multi-detector system specifically designed to support development of the Molten Salt Reactors in China. It features fast separation of different radioactive materials.As well as allowing real-time measurement that is faster and more accurate than previously achievable. The Triathalon combines the high sensitivity of the Overhoff Ion Chambers with newest data analysis software. A color touch-screen display and on-board data storage.

Robert I. Goldstein, US Nuclear Corp CEO commented, “These orders represent some of our newest advanced products as we continue to expand our reach. Additionally, we are pleased to be working with China’s nuclear energy facilities as they move forward with efficient Molten Salt Reactor technology as an alternative to conventional reactor technology. As China seeks to meet increasing energy demands through nuclear power, we look to continuing our support for their safety and development needs as a leading provider of radiation detection technology.”

Contact Press:
Darian B. Andersen, Chief Financial Officer

SOURCE US Nuclear Corp

Media Contact: Darian Andersen,
US Nuclear Corp., 405 234 0788,

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