The components of a core catcher for Kursk II 1 (Russia) have been delivered to the construction site

The components of a core catcher for unit 1 of the Kursk II nuclear power plant in Russia have been delivered to the construction site. 
A core catcher is a device provided to catch the molten core material — corium — of a reactor in case of a meltdown and prevent it from escaping the containment building. 
The unit is of the VVER-TOI design.
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