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110 Agreements

Part 110-refers to the process set forth in 10 Code of Federal Regulations Part 110, establishing licensing requirements for any person that seeks to import or export NRC-controlled nuclear equipment or material.

Part 110 export restrictions include but are not limited to the following:

  • Nuclear production and utilization facilities (e.g., reactors, fuel cycle facilities) and especially designed or prepared equipment/components for such facilities
  • Special nuclear material
  • Source material
  • Byproduct material
  • Deuterium and heavy water
  • Nuclear grade graphite for nuclear end use


Consulting with the NRC is the best way to determine if you need a Part 110 export license. See the NRC website for more information.