Nuclear power continues to play an important part in energy supply, and Sanray provides Total Quality Assurance services to help the sector maintain safety, performance, and reliability.

Governments are putting a greater emphasis on nuclear power to address rising energy demands while also meeting environmental goals such as lowering greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Nuclear energy is a cost-effective, environmentally friendly, and dependable source of electricity, and it will continue to play an important role in the power generating mix. The number of new nuclear power plants being built throughout the world is increasing, and it is presently at its highest level in 25 years.

The importance of safety, quality, performance, and dependability cannot be overstated. The nuclear sector is subject to strict control throughout the lifecycle of a plant, from design and construction to operation and maintenance. To have long-term reliability and safe operations, adequate quality assurance efforts from vendor surveillance to original design and construction, commissioning, and suitable equipment regulatory and safety certifications are required. At the same time, aged nuclear facilities and changing operating regimes necessitate an assessment of the equipment’s operational and condition.

Sanray’s nuclear services give you the peace of mind that you’ll be able to accomplish your research, supply chain, technological, regulatory, and plant operation and maintenance goals. Engineering assistance, technology and software, non-destructive and materials testing, consultancy, safety and radiation protection, inspection, and training are all available through our global network of laboratories and professionals. Sanray can assist with anything from new construction equipment quality assurance and vendor monitoring to asset integrity management and component failure analysis, as well as risk assessment models and operational quality management systems. Among the services we provide are:

  • Asset Integrity Management (AIM)
  • Analysis of Failure
  • Service-Readiness
  • Flexible Operation Assessment
  • Testing of Materials
  • Inspection and non-destructive testing
  • Testing of Nuclear Systems and Components
  • Assessment of Cleanliness