Nuclear Valves & Products
NECI and Fisher have been supporting the New England nuclear power sites for over 35 years and understand the needs of this complex industry. With ASME Section III certified valves and parts and all necessary certifications, Factory and local engineering support, Fisher and NECI can meet your product and service needs.
We maintain original drawings, code design reports, and seismic and qualification reports for every valve built.
We provide extensive engineering services for your control valve programs:
- Application & Process Review
- Design Modification Evaluation
- Environmental Qualification
- Seat Load Requirements – Seismic Analysis
- Weak link Analysis
- Spare Parts Support
- Maintenance Manual Preparation & Upgrades
Local Service Support
Most extensive network of field specialists anywhere offering diagnostic services, valve repair or parts
Offer fast turnaround of emergency and routine valve repairs.
Next Generation Technology
Fisher nuclear products meet next generation seismic and EQ requirements , and offer a full array of valve types in a variety of construction materials, flow characteristics and end connections. Complementary actuators and accessories are also available.
- Sliding-Stem Control Valves
- Rotary Control Valves
- Nuclear Grade Instruments (Digital, Pneumatic & Electronic)
Product Testing & Capabilities
NECI and Fisher use strong theoretical and empirical data in developing application solutions and product design. Our global capabilities for validating control valve performance are unmatched in the industry.
Current product testing capabilities include:
- Simulation & Analysis
- PlantWeb Dynamic Performance
- High Temperature Steam
- Dynamic Performance
- Experimental Stress – Flow
- Cycle Life
- Instrumentation Development & Software
Emerson valve and instrument research and engineering capabilities extend worldwide with technology centers in North America, Europe, and Asia. Because we are invested in your future, a new technical development facility with even greater testing capabilities is currently being constructed in Marshalltown, Iowa which will be fully operational in 2010.