In Pripyat, the work on the arrangement of the exhibition equipment used in eliminating the effects of the Chernobyl accident and worked in the exclusion zone for various years.
On April 26 in Pripyat on the territory of the former automobile industry No. 2 is planned to open a unique simply sky exposure, which will introduce equipment that was involved in eliminating the effects of the Chernobyl accident and worked in the exclusion zone for various years.
A lot of step-by-step work has been done to make the project come to life. Participation in it was attended by enterprises of the exclusion zone.
The territory of the ATX-2 has been cleared, removed and several dozens of large-sized garbage was removed, its landscaping is underway.
Part of the objects were located in and outside the garage, other future exhibits after the procedure for dosimetric control using special equipment are transported from the sites of CHAES, Pripyat and Chernobyl.
In particular, the self-propelled installation on the basis of the ISU-152 tank was transported from Novarka territory after appealing with the help of the administration of the State enterprise and the leadership of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. 2 car cranes and tractors were allocated to implement the concept.
According to the conclusions of the dosimetric inspection of exhibits, the control levels of possible irradiation allow you to conduct excursions.
The new location will have security, plates with information about transport will be installed. Events are planned for further landscaping of the territory and its lighting.
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