What the Fukushima

Photo Courtesy of CBC

Photo Courtesy of CBC

As you may recall, Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) has been employing their robotic crawler using Inuktun Microtracs™ underneath the Fukushima reactors. You can read about the preparation for their most recent inspection in our on TRACK blog post. News broke this week with results of the inspection: they aborted the inspection due to camera damage attributed to higher than expected radiation levels but were able to confirm that radiation is not leaking outside the reactor, despite the dangerously high figures.

Photo Courtesey of CBC 

Photo Courtesey of CBC 

Inuktun continues to build a reputation as the expert in remote controlled robotic transport and delivery of visual inspection equipment and instrumentation tooling. Reliability, efficiency, quality and cost-effectiveness are emphasized in the design of all Multi-Mission Modular (IM3) technology produced by Inuktun.

We know that any press is good press — and we always appreciate reading about our technology in the media! Stay tuned… TEPCO might use our robots to start locating fuel debris as part of their decommissioning process.

Contact our friendly and knowledgeable staff for more information on Inuktun’s Microtracs™ and the rest of our Multi-Mission Modular technology for your remote inspection needs now.