Also Known As: Intermatic Inc.
Time Period: 1943
Facility Type: Atomic Weapons Employer
International Register was involved in the development of uranium machining techniques for the Metallurgical Lab and the Manhattan Project. Records indicate that a test of centerless grinding equipment took place at International Register in February 1943. Uranium rods (1″ in diameter and 6″ long) were ground with the accuracy of about .001″ for the Met Lab.
International Register is listed as an Atomic Weapons Employer under the EEOICPA.
International Register Workers
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