Diakont designs and manufactures radiation tolerant cameras and robotics solutions that support inspection, decontamination, and repairs of nuclear power plants.  Diakont’s D40 Camera System is utilized by nuclear power plants in Canada and North America to facilitate in vessel visual inspection (IVVI) and meets visual testing 1 (VT1) standards.

Diakont is a leading provider of buried pipe inspection services using robotic crawlers that travel through the inside of piping system, eliminating the need for excavation.  This in-line inspection (ILI) solution is ideal for inspecting pipelines buried beneath buildings, concrete, and road crossings.  The robotic crawlers use ultrasonic testing (UT) sensors to provide high accuracy data on the condition of the pipe wall.

Diakont also provides underwater robotic decontamination services using swimming ROV robotics.  The robot uses a rugged brush and vacuum system to decontaminate reactor cavities surfaces while flooded, greatly reducing personnel dose exposure.

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3853 Calle Fortunada
San Diego
United States

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Aaron Huber
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Jacco Goemans

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Hatch office expansion in Port Elgin

Wednesday, December 5, 2018
Global engineering firm Hatch has moved into a larger facility on Goderich Street in Port Elgin. It will accommodate 25 people, with more room for meeting space.

Bruce Power, Framatome sign MoU for safety-related Life-Extension Program updates

Friday, November 30, 2018
Bruce Power today signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Framatome valued at $18.7 million covering a range of innovations and new activities, including operational improvements for its nuclear reactors. These innovative modernizations, planned for Bruce A and Bruce B, are an important component of the facility’s Life-Extension Program, which will allow the plant to continue operating through 2064.  

The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries welcomes Bruce Power President and CEO Mike Rencheck as Keynote Speaker at its Awards Lunch & AGM Conference

Thursday, November 29, 2018
November 27, 2018, Ajax Ontario. – The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI) held its Annual General Meeting, Awards Lunch and AGM Conference on November 27th at the Ajax Convention Centre in Ajax Ontario. The AGM Conference on "Nuclear Innovation and Medical Isotopes Saving Lives" discussed new technologies for producing a variety of medical isotopes in power reactors as well as in cyclotron facilities in Canada.  

OPG's nuclear stations achieve highest safety ratings

Tuesday, November 20, 2018
Darlington and Pickering facilities continue to operate safely

Nuclear Innovation Institute temporary headquarters at OCNI Office in Port Elgin

Monday, November 12, 2018
In a joint statement November 9, Bruce Power and the County of Bruce have announced that they will look for a new site on which to build the Ontario Nuclear Innovative Institute (NII).

Canada Poised to Lead the Deployment of Next-Generation Nuclear Technology

Wednesday, November 7, 2018
The Government of Canada recognizes that innovation in the nuclear sector plays a critical role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and delivering good, middle-class jobs as Canada moves toward a low-carbon future.

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