Holtec’s U.S. Manufacturing Facilities Prepare for Increased Production of HI-STAR Casks for Spent Fuel Storage and Transportation in Europe

Holtec’s U.S. manufacturing facilities in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Ohio are gearing up for increased production rates of Holtec’s fleet of HI-STAR Casks upon receipt of recent regulatory approvals and new orders in Europe.

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HI-STAR 100 and MPC-68 Full-Scale Prototype Fabrication

By: Robert Moscardini, Gary Tjersland and David Elias Publisher: INMM Spent Fuel Management Seminar XV Year: 1998 Abstract: A good deal of the present frustration with the spent fuel storage cask supply has centered around…

An Overview of HI-STORM: HI-STAR’s Metcon Conjugate

By: Tjersland, G. Publisher: INMM Conference Year: 1997 Abstract: This paper describes the design and operational characteristics of Holtec International's HI-STORM 100 spent fuel storage system. The HI-STORM System provides for the loading, on-site transfer,…

An Overview of the HI-STAR Technology

By: K.P. Singh Publisher: INMM Conference Year: 1997 Abstract: This paper examines the fundamental changes wrought by the MPC concept in the cask design technology. The technical innovations required to meet the new design challenge…