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When the turbine generator unit of the Narora atomic power plant caught
fire on March 31, the department of atomic energy was quick to boast about
the efficient working of the plant's indigenously-developed safety systems.
The 220-mw plant in Uttar Pradesh is equipped with two safety systems; one
shuts down operations and the other cools the nuclear reaction. Both safety
systems a.re triplicated to ensure that even if one is out of order, the other two are available.
But a post-mortem by the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board shows despite
all the well-described procedures, it took two hours to control the fire and
three more to put it out. The board brands the delay a "severe safety lapse."
The turbine hall fire, which was probably caused by an electrical spark,
spread to the main building area. The board says only then did the circuit
breaker trip and isolate the generator circuit. Even smoke sensors in
the generator area
did not detect. the
Taking the delay
in putting out the
blaze, the board
classified the disaster at Level
Three on the
The loss from I
the fire has been
estimated at Rs 150 crore.