Tag: nuclear

Alstom to upgrade nuclear station (7/4)

Alstom has been awarded a contract to upgrade the Olkiluoto nuclear power station near Rauma, Finland.

Fowl play suspected at nuclear plant

The Seabrook nuclear generating facility (New Hampshire, USA) briefly locked down its plant and called the FBI after an electronic monitoring device showed a "potential intruder" on its system.

Microprocessor-controlled power

The Arc Machines, Inc. Model 207 is a 100/150 amp pre-programmed / programmable power supply and controller capable of welding tubing and thin wall pipe.

Metallic seal design uses Inconel

Ultra-Flex Garlock Sealing Technologies has introduced a new metallic seal designed to meet the demanding requirements of the semiconductor, ultra-high vacuum, space and nuclear industries.

Vessels for radioactive waste plant

CBI Services Inc. has been awarded a contract to supply specialised vessels and other components for a nuclear waste treatment plant of the US Department of Energy.

New welding consumables for nuclear industry

Sandvik Steel has launched a new range of welding wire, covered and strip electrodes and fluxes for welding nuclear steam generator tubing.

L. & T. may bid to build India power plant

Larsen & Toubro Ltd may bid for construction of a nuclear power plant to be built by the Indian government, with support from Russia, in Tamilnadu state, a company official has said.

Welding enclosures

For the welding of titanium as well as other metals like stainless steel, Zirconium and its alloys, Huntingdon Fusion Techniques Ltd has developed a range of welding enclosures, so that welding can take place in an inert argon gas environment to eliminate all oxygen, hydrogen and water vapour.

New Sandvik products at Schweissen Schneiden

New products will feature alongside a wide range of filler wire and rods, covered and strip electrodes and fluxes for welding stainless and high alloy steels on Sandvik’s Steel stand at Schweissen Schneiden.

South Korea to build nuclear reactors

South Korea plans to build 10 more power-generating nuclear reactors by 2011 to meet its growing electricity demand.