PROCESS SAFETY IN NUCLEAR POWER PLANTBy admin
High quality standard thanks to specifically developed testing facilities
SAFEGUARDING OF INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS
Our devices are produced in line with the requirements
of DIN EN ISO 9001:2008.
Devices for safety-relevant applications in
nuclear-technical plants are subject to the extended
requirements according to KTA* 1401
standards and rules.
The job of KTA is to provide for establishing
safety-technical rules and for supporting their
application in fields of nuclear technology
where due to experience an uniform opinion
of manufacturers, creators and operators of
nuclear plants, experts and authorities is becoming
* KTA (Kerntechnischer Ausschuss) = Nuclear Safety Standards
All processes are subject to the statutes of standards KTA 1401, 3505
and 3507. They attest the successful qualification of FISCHER Messund
Regeltechnik GmbH as an executing company (contractor assessment),
type testing of devices for safety-relevant processes, execution
of relevant testing as well as evidence of operational reliability of assemblies.
Implementation was carried out together with involved bodies of
certification companies, operators and authorized bodies.
For further information about our products and contact data please refer to www.fischermesstechnik.de/en/solutions/nuclear-power.
In pre-fabrication, the considerable production
steps contain processing raw material at modern
High manufacturing penetration aims at expressing
an almost autarkic production, high
quality standard and short-term response to
Assembly and testing of measuring devices
is ensured at especially provided production
Considerable aspects are separately applicable
processes, reproducibility and stamping of especially
qualified procurement material as well
as testing devices and documentation of test
results on testing equipment especially developed
for the high requirements.
All devices are subject to an entire testing
procedure in the course of a testing mode according
to certain pressure and temperature
processes in special calibration furnaces. In
addition, artificial ageing is created for ensuring
the interaction of components.
In this process, international standards are increasingly incorporated in KTA (Nuclear Safety Standards Commission) work,
essentially of IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) and of IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission).
Finally, the devices are calibrated and test documents
issued in the testing laboratory at the end
of the production chain.
FISCHER Mess– und Regeltechnik GmbH provides
a perfectly tailored range of models for power plants
(nuclear and conventional), as well as for many other
The measuring instruments are distinguished by:
SSFamilies of measuring instruments for various
SSComfortable user prompt
SSSome instruments with extended proofs
(EAC, SIL, GL, KTA, structural testing, etc.)
SS Industry-compliant equipment for housings and
SSSpecial instruments with colour-change displays for
visualisation of operating conditions (e.g. warnings,
SSCustomer-specific system solutions
Numerous references prove.
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