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ROVs for Nuclear Applications

Reduce the use of nuclear divers in underwater inspections and cleaning.

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Optimize your operations using Deep Trekker ROVs. Talk to our Industry Specialist today about your specific needs and learn more about:

  • Using a Deep Trekker ROV as an alternate to a diver to reduce risk and save lives
  • Safely remove silt, sand and mud from CST
  • Clean and inspect trash racks
  • Inspect isophase bus ductwork
  • Place & retrieve equipment

Deep Trekker Nuclear inspection robotics

Underwater ROVs provide diver safety and prevent them from accessing hazardous and inaccessible underwater environments. Some inspections can be conducted during normal operating times, but other inspections are done during outages, which are small windows of time where getting the job done right is crucial and the cost of not achieving the goal is extremely high. It is important to have reliable and proven equipment for these applications.

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Che Swearengen and Ontario Power Generation

"In this instance, costs and safety were the two driving factors. With regards to safety it was the human factor, there was no radiation and no work protection involved for shutting down the systems."

Che Swearengen, Ontario Power Generation

5 Ways ROVs Optimize Inspections at Nuclear Power Stations

Los vehículos sumergibles operados a distancia o ROV ofrecen a los equipos del sector energético una alternativa o complemento al envío de buzos bajo el agua para realizar trabajos de inspección de rutina y de emergencia en estructuras como torres de enfriamiento, tomas, compuertas y estantes de basura.

Exelon saves millions on forebay inspections

"All three forebay inspections were completed 100% satisfactory, were done safer, faster and with the innovation of using the submersibles vs divers has the ability to save my company millions for the investment of a few thousands in ROVs."