At its nuclear parts operations shop in New Stanton, Pennsylvania (USA), Westinghouse provides full machine shop capabilities, offering both computer numerically controlled (CNC) and manual machine lathes as well as vertical milling machines (two-axis and three-axis CNC machining). The full-time tool and die makers who operate the machine shop have a combined 250 years of experience and can accommodate prototyping, one-piece runs and both low- and high-quantity production runs. The Westinghouse machine shop is certified for American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) machining.
Westinghouse offers full inspection capabilities and is experienced in machining materials, including the following:
In 2011 Westinghouse completed a steam generator repair program that achieved the following:
Below are examples of AP1000® reactor support:
AP1000 is a registered trademark of Westinghouse Electric Company LLC in the United States and may be registered in other countries throughout the world. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use is strictly prohibited.
VascoMax is a registered trademark of ATI Allvac.
Loop stop isolation valve (LSIV) guide channel machined by Westinghouse
Westinghouse machining lathe
Westinghouse provides precision CNC engraving on a variety of materials.