Did you know that Delta Mobrey is an industrial and commercial supplier to the nuclear power industry?
By providing customers with nuclear safety controls and instrumentation, our designed solutions have improved the safety & performance of power plants whilst reducing the operating costs.
Our involvement started with Calder Hall at the UK’s Sellafield site – the world’s first commercial reactor, which was connected to the grid all the way back in August 1956 and today we support over 100 nuclear reactors worldwide. This includes all existing reactors in the UK plus more than 60 reactors in China. Nuclear continues to offer commercial levels of power and is viewed as an essential part of the energy mix, meeting the UK’s clean energy needs. Together with renewables, it can reduce carbon emissions and form the backbone in achieving Britain’s net zero targets by 2050.
As the rollout of future nuclear sites adapt, we continue to support the industry in whatever guise, be it rejuvenated existing sites or Small Modular Reactors (SMR) and Advanced Modular Reactors (AMR).
We have a wealth of experience which allows us to offer solutions that meet the challenging requirements within this industry which is highly regulated.
What we can provide:
- Service throughout your plant and its life cycle with a range of instrumentation solutions.
- A highly qualified workforce, with decades of experience in nuclear instrumentation.
- Modular and field proven product designs with up-to-date proprietary and Internationally recognised qualifications.
- Design and develop bespoke solutions to meet a number of difficult performance requirements.
- Longstanding field experience with more than 1800 reactor-years of successful operating instrumentation installed by Delta Mobrey.
Our Nuclear Timeline UK 1956 – Ongoing
For more than 60 years, Delta Mobrey has been involved in major nuclear programmes worldwide. Our instruments were specifically used in the very first nuclear reactors built in the UK and today, we’ve installed product solutions in every UK reactor type. Delta Mobrey is supporting the UK’s reactor life extension programmes with new and upgraded instruments, including support of the complete fuel manufacture and reprocessing cycle working with Springfields and Sellafield (BNFL).
North America 1995
Supplying differential pressure switches the nuclear power plants working on CANDU reactor technology in Canada.
Europe 1990s – Ongoing
We’ve provided a number of differential pressure and temperature switches for over 30 years installed in the reactor Containment build to monitor the HELB/ LOCA event in all the current operational power plants in Sweden.
2016 – Ongoing
Supplying to one of the two major nuclear power plants in Finland.
Asia 1995 – Ongoing
Delta Mobrey has provided classified and non-classified instrumentation to the first nuclear power plant in China and to the new power plants ever since, including the new indigenous Hualong reactors.
2009 – Ongoing
Supply of pressure, temperature switches and transmitters for five nuclear power plants in Korea.
Supply of pressure, differential pressure, and temperature switches for two power stations in Pakistan working on the new Hualong reactor technology.
About Delta Mobrey
For more than 100 years, Delta Mobrey Limited has been a world-leading specialist in the design and manufacture of quality process instrumentation for the measurement and control of fluids and gases in all industrial plant and equipment.
Trusted quality – proven value: quality and reliability have always formed the cornerstone of our success, recognised by industry with international approvals covering every aspect of our manufacturing and product portfolio, together with certifications spanning all areas of hazardous and regulated environments.
Global team – local support: as a global organisation, Delta Mobrey is totally committed to delivering the best possible customer service and technical support, ensuring a lifetime value of ownership, together with a flexible and responsive approach to meet our customers’ individual demands.