SPIE Nucléaire has won a contract for the maintenance of CCTV monitoring equipment at Penly, Paluel, Flamanville, Gravelines, Nogent, Golfech and Chinon nuclear power plants
SPIE Nucléaire has secured a maintenance contract for closed circuit television equipment at the Penly, Paluel, Flamanville and Gravelines plants (units 5 and 6) for a five-year period and at the Nogent, Golfech and Chinon plants for a six-year period including one year on option.
SPIE Nucléaire has won a contract for the maintenance of CCTV monitoring equipment at Penly, Paluel, Flamanville, Gravelines, Nogent, Golfech and Chinon nuclear power plants.This new contract is worth an overall total of 800,000 and, in combination with the contract signed earlier for the AREVA La Hague plant, brings the number of nuclear surveillance cameras maintained by SPIE Nucléaire up to 421. The services to be provided consist in preventive maintenance for the following CCTV equipment:
- plenum camera
- PRT camera (pressuriser relief tank)
- primary coolant pump camera
- related electronic boxes
- monitor and console in control room
- ASG/RIS/RCV cameras (auxiliary feedwater system, safety injection system, and volume control system respectively) as required by the plant.