The gold-plated pipe that caused the ‘big bang’ is back in business

The pipe that blew up at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan is back on the market.

In a press release, Alco Industries said the pipe is one of a group of gold-chromium plating products made from a process that is a combination of chromium nitrate and titanium dioxide.

Alco said the product is being marketed by one of the world’s largest copper producers in the United States, and that it has sold more than 60 million units worldwide.

Alco Industries, which is owned by the state of New Mexico, is the world leader in the production of gold plating materials and products.