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Nuclear Industry

Nuclear Industry

Nowhere in the world is the selection and monitoring of welding processes more stringent than the Nuclear industry. The TIP TIG process has been used globally as a solution to complex welding applications and strict nuclear code requirements.

The Nuclear world of welding brings many complex alloys into consideration such as the many variations of Stainless Steel, Chrome and Nickel Alloys used in both Commercial and Military projects throughout North America and globally.

Clients in the Nuclear Industry using TIP TIG

Westinghouse logo
Northpop Grumann logo
Los Alamos logo
Bechtel logo
RV Industries
Intermec logo
General Electric logo
RPL logo
Siemens logo

The Hanford Project in Washington State

Is the largest Nuclear waste containment site currently in clean up The Hanford site represents two-thirds of the nation’s high-level radioactive waste by volume. Hanford is currently the most contaminated nuclear site in the United States and is the focus of the nations largest environmental cleanup. Leading the Construction effort is Bechtel and their subcontractor Intermech. In the construction of the new facility for processing the much talked about waste, TIP TIG has been extensively used by the contractors seeking the nuclear quality code welding required, realizing significant deposition rate increases as well as the elimination of hexavalent chrome exposure to their craft welders.

Los Alamos Nulcear Test Labs in New Mexico

Has been successfully using TIP TIG for various welding applications since 2011.

Northrup Grumman Newport News Shipyard

Where the Sea Wolf submarines are constructed has adopted the TIP TIG process for welding of their many complex and critical weldments and has recently developed their procedures to include the use of our unique process.