Through more than 30+ years of working in high-end manufacturing and fabrication, Heatric has developed comprehensive systems and facilities that are well-positioned to support manufacturing projects in nuclear industries. The company has previously worked on a number of projects in the nuclear sector, including the development of heat exchangers for use in high temperature reactors and in sodium fast breed reactors (such as the ASTRID project in France).
Heatric’s accreditation and expertise makes it particularly well-suited to the manufacture and supply of products for nuclear waste containment. By leveraging the potential of its proprietary diffusion bonding processes Heatric has developed working partnerships with a number of companies in this area.
The critical safety and process considerations of the nuclear industry demand equipment and suppliers capable of meeting exacting requirements. The requirements of the oil & gas industry, although varied somewhat, are well aligned with those in the nuclear equipment market. Heatric’s expertise in supplying to oil & gas companies makes it well suited to the nuclear sector.
In 2017 Heatric achieved the following standards and certification:
Heatric continues to develop its potential in nuclear fields and explore new opportunities for the company. To discuss your project and to understand how Heatric can help you meet your challenges, send a message directly through the enquiry page or contact Heatric on:
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Headquartered in the United Kingdom, Heatric (a division of Meggitt) design and manufacture bespoke heat transfer solutions for selected energy markets. A world leader in heat exchanger technology, Heatric have produced over 2500 PCHEs for operation in extreme environments across the globe, for both existing and emerging energy markets.Contact Us
As bespoke manufactured products with fully integrated features, the inner workings of a Heatric PCHE are something that engineers rarely get an opportunity to see. This interactive 3D model allows the user to disassemble a Heatric PCHE to improve their understanding of the inner workings and components that make-up this robust, high-integrity technology.