Obstructive Opening Overview – Units 1 through 4 unit building Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station

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Obstructive opening overview of the steps 1 through 4 unit building Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station – Reference – (711KB)

Unit 1 turbine building stairs (level 1) before occlusion

(taken July 23, 2011)

Unit 1 turbine building stairs (1F) after occlusion

(taken October 05, 2011)

Building site bunker stairs (second floor) before occlusion

(taken July 29, 2011)

Building site bunker stairs (second floor) after occlusion ( 1) (

taken October 09, 2011)

Building site bunker stairs (second floor) after occlusion (2) 

(taken October 09, 2011)

Hatch bunker building site (2nd floor) before occlusion

(taken July 29, 2011)

Hatch bunker building site (second floor) after occlusion

(taken October 09, 2011)

Heater Unit 1 turbine building entrance room (1st floor) before occlusion

(taken July 23, 2011)

Heater Unit 1 turbine building entrance room (1st floor) after occlusion

(taken October 05, 2011)

The main process building elevator room (1st floor) before occlusion

(taken July 22, 2011)

The main process building elevator room (1st floor) after occlusion

(taken October 10, 2011)

Turbine building equipment hatch No. 4 (taken from 2nd floor) – Balloon construction – before occlusion

(taken July 15, 2011)

Turbine building equipment hatch No. 4 (taken from 2nd floor) – Balloon construction – after occlusion

(taken on October 12, 2011)

Unit 2 turbine building manhole turbine paddle (2nd floor) before occlusion

(taken September 06, 2011)

Unit 2 turbine building manhole paddle turbine (second floor) after occlusion

(taken October 04, 2011)

Side of the intermediate valve opening combination of Unit 4 turbine building (2nd floor) before occlusion

(taken July 17, 2011)

Side of the intermediate valve opening combination of Unit 4 turbine building (second floor) after occlusion

(taken September 30, 2011)

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