SGS to attend Nuclear Procurement Issues Committee Vendor Meeting NUPIC
SGS Condition Monitoring professionals are attending the NUPIC Vendor Meeting in June 21-22 2017. NUPIC is committed to the future of commercial nuclear power.
Jun 21, 2017, 00:00
Jun 22, 2017, 23:30
SGS Oil Condition Monitoring professionals will be attending the Nuclear Procurement Issues Committee (NUPIC) Vendor Committee meeting June 21-22, 2017.
SGS NUPIC participants engage with industry peers on a number of key industry points, including compliance, new developments, new technologies, and more. SGS supports the Nuclear Power Industry with a range of oil, lubricant, and grease quality testing and condition trending expertise and services, including:
- Grease dedication and quality testing
- Sealant dedication and quality testing
- Embrittlement metals analysis
- Grease troubleshooting & Bearing Failure Analysis
- System lubricant analysis – fuels, oils, greases
- Grease test packages newly routinized
- SGS provides one-stop analysis for multi-component lubricant analysis.
- Grease Thief® technology for obtaining small, representative samples for routine analysis.
- Oil and Grease Compatibility Studies
- Forensic Analysis
- Unknown residue analysis
- Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) analysis
- Filter Debris Analysis – fuel, oils
With a proven process for evaluating suppliers to high standards of quality, NUPIC is the NRC Licensee's preferred and cost-effective method of maintaining their Approved Suppliers List. NUPIC Members include all domestic U.S. nuclear utilities, and several international members. The NUPIC Organization strives to improve the supplier assurance processes through cooperative efforts, while minimizing utility O & M costs and improving plant performance.
The SGS Vallejo Oil Condition Monitoring laboratory is formerly known as Herguth Laboratories.