Pressure in Reactor No. 1 drops close to normal air pressure — Proves that ‘air’ inside reactor is escaping outside

Sunday, June 5, 2011
By Paul Martin

ENENews.com
June 5th, 2011

Pressure in No.1 reactor drops close to atmosphere, NHK, June 05, 2011:

[...] Pressure inside an operating reactor is normally around 70 atmospheres. But after the disaster, the pressure indicator showed 6 atmospheres in the Number 1 reactor, raising questions about data reliability.

On Friday, the utility replaced the gauge with a new one and made measurements again.

The reading was 1.26 atmospheres as of 11 AM on Saturday, almost equal to normal air pressure. The company says this proves that air inside the reactor is escaping outside. [...]

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