Ahlberg Cameras AB is a Swedish high-tech company that designs and manufactures advanced color camera systems and inspection equipment for the nuclear industry.
Ahlbergs supplies high quality radiation tolerant visual inspection equipment with the latest technology in customized solutions to all types of nuclear reactors and nuclear waste facilities.
INSPECTION CAMERAS, CCTV AND LIGHTING
Radiation shielded inspection cameras, CCTV and lighting have traditionally been the main areas of the Ahlberg product range. Complete systems, like the 4-face fuel inspection system, and software, like the fuel assembly bow measurement software, have the last years gained more and more interest. Click on the video clip to see some of our most popular products and their applications in a nuclear power plant.
MORE THAN 30% OF ALL NUCLEAR PLANTS USE OUR CAMERAS
Over 150 nuclear plants in 20 countries use equipment from Ahlbergs. Nuclear power plants and waste storage plants make up the biggest customer group, but also nuclear fuel manufacturers and NDT-companies use Ahlberg cameras for their services. Together with Brokk, supplier of remote controlled demolition machines and owner of Ahlberg Cameras, Ahlberg equipment is also used in effective clearance systems at nuclear sites under decommissioning.
TAILOR MADE SOLUTIONS FOR NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS
25% of Ahlbergs turnover is composed by customized solutions. Systems like “4-face fuel inspection system” and “Refueling machine camera system” are made up of standard Ahlberg radiation shielded equipment that is tailor made built together to fit in our customers´ premises. Design and installation is done in collaboration between Ahlberg engineers and nuclear plant staff.
INNOVATIONS IMPROVE IMAGES AND ENABLE MEASURMENTS
Product development make up almost 20% of Ahlbergs turnover which is in line with the companys vision of being best at what it does. Besides continued hardware development on cameras and lights, software development make up an ever bigger share. Software applications are used to get more out of camera operations. It could be image improvements to discover cracks, or measurement programs to calculate harmful nuclear fuel assembly bending.
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