Nuclear Power Stations
Inspection Spyball in Calder Hall Nuclear Reactor from "Britain's Nuclear Secrets" program.
Submertec cameras and lights are in use at a number of sites for use in fuel ponds and during decommissioning.
The Underwater Floodlight model UFL-150MH produces very wide and powerful lighting that is equivalent to almost 700 watts of Halogen lighting. This high efficiency together with improved lamp life results in better illumination and significantly lower running costs.
Our new ultra bright UVL-3 underwater LED light provides the equivalent of 250 Watts of Halogen light. This light has integral protection against over-temperature and will automatically limit power to remain below 60 degree C.
Although not radiation hardened, the Inspection Spyball model SBCI Pan and Tilt Camera is successfully used inside Reactors during decommissioning and in fuel ponds to monitor fuel rod movement and storage. The zoom lens even allows fuel rod serial numbers to be read from a safe distance. The Spyball has also been deployed into charge tubes during decommissioning using a specially developed deployment device and cable winch to assist this process.
A variety of Spyball control units are available including a simple desktop unit SCDT-I, battery portable SCBP and the new Spyball Model SCPI-B Inspection Control Unit with built in Digital Video Recorder and Text overlay.
The full range of Spyball Underwater Pan & Tilt Cameras, Controllers and accessories can be seen at Spyball Pan & Tilt Cameras in the Products section.