A few words from our customers about Studsvik’s recent successful work.
“The first export of irradiated fuel from South Korea”
I can confirm Studsvik’s high technology from several visits of the facility and participation of SCIP program. I am very impressed with Studsvik’s openness and cooperation to fully satisfy the customer’s requirements.
– KEPCO Nuclear Fuel
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“Studsvik the go to source”
Studsvik has been playing a vital role in Westinghouse’s advanced zirconium alloy development. Studsvik is also the “go to” resource for zirconium researchers to tackle special topics, from US NRC’s fuel fragmentation study, to EPRI’s F-SECT evaluations and many, many others.
– Westinghouse Electric Company
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“The work fulfilled safety case requirements to ensure continued operation of the AGR fleet for EDF Energy”
I was really enthused by the conversations with the team – in particular, the knowledge, context awareness, and willingness of your cave line staff to try new approaches was great to observe! You have some fantastic staff at Studsvik – thank you for facilitating a visit to allow myself to meet some of them!
– EDF Energy
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“Deriving the most benefit”
At several times STUDSVIK has developed a highly flexible approach by adjusting some examinations during their realization in order to derive the most benefit from them and sometimes beyond what was initially planned. I can also testify that Studsvik shows responsiveness and flexibility within the international program SCIP in which Framatome is involved.
Read more: Framatome Case study
Experiments on irradiated fuel at Studsvik enabled us to touch the physics hidden behind our computer screens, a lifetime experience on the fuel behaviour Holy Grail path!
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