A few words from our customers about Studsvik's recent succesful work.
"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
Read more: Westinghouse Case study
"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
Read more: EDF Case study
"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
Other Case studies:
Low Level Waste Repository - Management and Operations
LLW Repository Ltd is a waste management company that provides services to customers to treat and dispose of low level radioactive waste in the UK, based in West Cumbria.
nd-con Nuclear Decommissioning
Studsvik and Westinghouse are working together, under the ndcon brand, to jointly offer a full range of decommissioning services for nuclear power plants in Sweden, other nordic countries and Germany.
Ranstad Uranium Mine
Since the beginning of 2010, the nuclear facilities at the Ranstad site have been undergoing decommissioning. Studsvik have acted as the lead contractor and self-performed the majority of the decommissioning project.
Belgonucléaire MOX plant
In total 60 tons of contaminated material were dismantled. Following the initial segmentation the resulting waste had to be further separated into primary (glove box parts) and secondary items (auxiliary parts and devices).