Because of PolyPipe's ongoing commitment to its quality assurance program, ASME's Subcommittee on Nuclear Accreditation issued this OSC, which allows PolyPipe to offer polyethylene pipe products for use in essential service water systems in nuclear power plant applications.
What does SWS stand for?
SWS stands for Service Water System
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Additional conservation methods will include implantation of engineering recommendations after our comprehensive study of the facility's boiler plant, chiller plants, service water systems, all phases of their air handling systems, building insulation, controlling use of sunlight, all forms of mechanical equipment, all forms of energy sources, specific energy management tools, and other energy recovery systems.
Applications for the titanium alloy pipe include offshore production risers and flow lines, seawater cooling and firemain systems for offshore platforms, chemical plant process and cooling water systems, and power plant service water systems.
The nuclear service water system includes two redundant cooling systems that are utilized by both Catawba units.
RICHMOND, April 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Virginia Power returned North Anna Unit 1 to service Saturday, capping a record 96-day project to replace the unit's three steam generators, perform maintenance on the service water system and refuel the nuclear reactor.
Excellent lineup and tagging activities for salt service water system train separation maintained the plant in a safe configuration.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) of violations of requirements related to the operation of the low pressure service water system at the Oconee Nuclear Station from June 9, 1992 until Sept.
Outage personnel also worked on design enhancements in the Pilgrim Station control room, and on replacement of piping in the salt service water system.