While none of us want to see nuclear reactors retired (particularly ahead of schedule), we understand that decommissioning project teams need to minimize capital expenditures and radwaste for the laundry, respirators, and safety equipment they will inevitably need to get the job done.

UniTech tailors its protective clothing, respirator management, and Mobile Supply Store offerings to decommissioning-specific needs.

Putting to use our Mobile Supply Store and leveraging our partnership with 3M®, we can provide just-in-time inventory of all safety products needed for decommissioning.


UniTech’s full suite of protective clothing programs means flexibility. Each decommissioning project will have its own unique needs, which we are prepared to meet.

San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station recently found UniTech’s ONE Program to be most advantageous to its decommissioning, combining UniTech’s top-of-the-line launderable protective clothing with the freedom to avoid both the capital expense of buying, and the commitment of leasing. ONE Program’s simple pricing structure and its easy integration with the Mobile Supply Store proved to be a no-brainer for easy project management.


We offer respiratory equipment leasing, so that you don’t have to invest in respirators, only to be unsure how they will be used after decommissioning. This includes the highly popular 3M® PAPRs in UniTech’s product catalog. The ability to avoid capital expenditure for a one-time project has been a game-changer for our customers managing decommissioning projects.


Fill your decommissioning Mobile Supply Store with top-of-the-line safety products from our key partner, 3M®, including its Versaflo® PAPR systems and its full protection items for both personnel and tools.

As always, you will only pay for what your team uses — a particular advantage when job safety is a top concern. Over prepare, and only pay for what you use.

Our personnel can conduct deliveries to the job site on a regular basis, maintaining consumable stock levels and limiting the space inventory occupies.