In the basement of the hospital there is still the original clothing of the firefighters, who were called to the operation at that time. We’re going to take a look at these firefighters’ clothes. The reason for this suit is that these… clothes are very heavily contaminated. You have to imagine that 29 years ago there were people in there. All right, I’ll start the second camera and then we’ll get started. As you can see, we are measuring about 0.5 µSv/h. And there it is. 0.4 µSv/h It’s increasing. Now we already have 1.452 µSv/h. 2.271 µSv/h. 14.59 µSv/h. Alarm of personal dosimeters
->Exceeding the alarm threshold And here you can see a firefighter’s suit, for example. 154.0 µSv/h. 129.9 µSv/h. 79.74 µSv/h 866.8 µSv/h. Switching to mSv/h.
1 mSv=1000µSv=approx. 10.000 times higher 2.617 mSv/h 1 mSv=1000µSv=approx. 10.000 times higher And now you have to imagine that people wore these shoes 3.300 mSv/h And here are many, many more things. 188.0 µSv/h 355.9 µSv/h The background radiation here is over 400 µSv/h. That is about 4,000 times higher than normal. The firefighter’s clothes were brought into this room. And here you can see the firefighter’s clothes from the people who were in the nuclear reactor. 618.0 µSv/h Now it’s time to get out of here. What have we got here? Usually, everything gets stolen. But here everything is still there. It’s time to go. * unintelligible * There is the elevator. Camera: Gerrit Schmitz 2nd Camera: an invisible friend Music: Kevin MacLeod
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