Reactor Pressure Vessel Coolant Level Monitoring and Instrumentation System
Loos of coolant in the primary circuit, e.g. due to a loss-of-coolant accident (LOCA) or loss of secondary feedwater, may result in an overheated core.
AREVA's Reactor Pressure Vessel Coolant Level Monitoring (RPVL) provides all relevant information on the coolant inventory and core coverage in order to start critical counter actions such as primary pressure relief or injection of additional coolant. The patented liquid coolant measurement system (formerly known as Reactor Vessel Level Instrumentation System – RVLIS) measures the change of heat transfer between water in liquid and gaseous phases.
- Direct determination of the coolant level inside RPV
- Resistance to earthquake and airplane crash and LOCA
- Extremely robust and reliable operation due to special components
- Design compliant with KTA and RCC-E
AREVA's Reactor Pressure Vessel Coolant Level Monitoring is in use in over twenty nuclear power plants (NPPs) worldwide.
Interested in AREVA's RPV Coolant Level Monitoring and Instrumentation System?
Please contact us to request more information: