LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Feb 10, 2015) - US Nuclear Corp. (
Robert I. Goldstein, President, CEO and Chairman of US Nuclear Corp., commented, "With today's announcement, we have reached and accomplished a major goal for us on becoming a publicly traded company, we acknowledge there is much more work for us to do and look forward to working very hard to deliver results to our shareholders, and our customers."
Separately, the Company announced a new order for Tritium-in-Air-Monitors to be delivered to Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. (AECL) on or before March 20, 2015. AECL is Canada's largest nuclear science and technology laboratory. "AECL is a prestigious world-class nuclear technology and engineering firm being the pioneer in CANDU nuclear power reactor design and we are very pleased to provide our high performing Tritium-in-Air Monitors to them," said Robert I. Goldstein, President, CEO and Chairman of US Nuclear Corp. He added that, "Our value as a premium, high quality and reliable tritium equipment manufacturer and provider of radiation detection devices for the nuclear industry is well recognized. We recently added new radon detectors, upgraded existing tritium monitors to our product line, and are in development with new tritium models that will carry additional features and functionality for our customers."
About US Nuclear Corp.
US Nuclear Corp is a fully-reporting, publicly traded company on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board, traded under the symbol UCLE. The Company is principally engaged through its subsidiaries, operating two leading nuclear radiation detection companies, Overhoff Technology Corp. and Optron Scientific Company Inc. The Company designs, manufactures and markets full line radiation detection and specialized tritium technology for the nuclear energy industry and for emerging technologies such as Thorium/Molten Salt (MSR) reactor technologies both domestically and internationally to customers such as U.S. Government Agencies, the U.S. Military, Homeland Security, Scientific Laboratories, Universities, Hospitals, nuclear reactor facilities in the United States, China, Canada, South Korea, Argentina and others.
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