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Non-vital plant systems The term 'Non-vital plant systems' as it applies to the area of nuclear science can be defined as ' Systems at a nuclear facility that may or may not be necessary for the operation of the facility (i.e., power production) but that would have little or no effect on public health and safety should they fail. These systems are not safety related. '.
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