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containment systems, such as gloveboxes, are used to help minimize any tritium
releases into the facility and/or out to the environment. Because gloveboxes
can be constructed to accommodate all kinds of equipment, most primary
containment systems are housed inside gloveboxes in modern tritium facilities.
(See Figure 9.) When properly designed, gloveboxes allow access to the
primary system equipment for ease of operation and maintenance. Gloveboxes
are referred to as intermediate-quality systems because the design
requirements do not have to meet codes and standards as stringent as the
ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code.
FIGURE 9. Intermediate-quality secondary containment.
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