|Last Updated:||March 1, 2011|
|Other Name:||Chashma Fuel Fabrication Plant|
|Location:||Kundian, NW region of Punjab Province; Approximately 200km SW of Islamabad|
|Subordinate To:||Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC)|
|Size:||Appears to be a 300km² facility with numerous buildings|
The Kundian Nuclear Complex-1 (KNC-1) is located adjacent to the CHASNUPP-1 and CHASNUPP-2 facilities.  The facility has been manufacturing fuel for the KANUPP reactor in Karachi since Canada halted its supply of heavy water and fuel to Pakistan in the late 1970s.  According to the International Atomic Energy Agency, the KNC-1 facility has a 20-ton capacity. 
 David Albright and Paul Brannan, "Chashma Nuclear Site in Pakistan with Possible Reprocessing Plant," Institute for Science and International Security, 18 January 2007, www.isis-online.org; Central Intelligence Agency, "Pakistan's Nuclear Weapons Program: Personnel and Organizations," September 1999, www.foia.cia.gov.
 Global Fissile Material Report 2010, Chapter 10, International Panel on Fissile Materials, December 2010, www.fissilematerials.org; International Atomic Energy Agency, "Pakistan," IAEA Country Nuclear Profiles, 2009 Edition, http://pub.iaea.org.
 International Atomic Energy Agency, Country Nuclear Fuel Cycle Profiles, Second Edition, IAEA Technical Reports Series No. 425, 2005, pp. 63-65, www.iaea.org.