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We specialise in services that cover the entire life cycle of nuclear plants. Dismantling and post-operation of such plants is one of our specialities.
The Kraftanlagen Group is able to rely on a wealth of experience that has accumulated during more than 90 years of successful activities in the fields of energy and plant technology. Right from the start, Kraftanlagen Heidelberg was involved in the erection of nuclear plants and nuclear power plants in Germany and adjacent countries. We are an influential plant builder and a reliable partner in the nuclear industry. Furthermore, our services are in high demand in national and international research centres. In the fields of radiation protection and service, we were trailblazers when it comes to the disposal and conditioning of waste.
Expertise and Experience
One of our specialities is the provision of services in the post-operation phase and during dismantling of nuclear plants. Our range of services also includes the engineering and supply of plants for the conditioning and disposing of radioactive waste.
As part of large international projects like CERN and ITER, the design solutions of our engineers and scientists are contributing to taking the results of high-level research and applying it on an industrial scale.
One of the largest challenges of the energy transition is the withdrawal from nuclear power. The Kraftanlagen Group offers solutions for post-operation, dismantling and the disposal of nuclear plants.
Our many years of experience in the engineering and process design of systems and components for nuclear plants, combined with our expertise in questions relating to the strength of structures and flow analyses, makes us a one-stop service provider.
Within the framework of partnerships, our highly qualified scientists and engineers are currently working on solutions in a wide range of scientific disciplines on behalf of many national and international research centres.
We engineer, procure and install process engineering and mechanical technology systems in nuclear power plants in Germany and abroad. We are performing maintenance work as well as retrofitting measures.
The operators of nuclear facilities are relying on the expertise of our radiation protection specialists.
We create reliable, specification-compliant, assessor-satisfying and goal-oriented permanent disposal site documentation for operators of nuclear power plants and research institutes.
By signing acooperative agreement on 22 June 2016, the companies, which had already worked together on individual projects, step up their cooperation. In the future, the partners will jointly compete for national and international projects in the following areas:
Conditioning and waste treatment plants, decommissioning projects (overall concepts as well as individual solutions) as well as process technology related plants and components for decommissioning.
KAH contributes its comprehensive expertise in power plant and process technology, while SES has many years of experience with storage and disposal systems.
Kraftanlagen Heidelberg has decades of expertise in nuclear technology and is one of the trailblazers in radiation protection and service when it comes to the disposal and conditioning of waste from nuclear plants and facilities. STEAG Energy Services and its Nuclear Technologies department have been providing engineering, consulting and other services for more than 40 years and the company also develops and supplies systems and components for the decommissioning and waste treatment of nuclear plants.
Kraftanlagen Heidelberg Gmbh, STEAG Energy Services GmbH
The achievement of a better market penetration and greater access to the national and international nuclear power plant decommissioning markets
Range of solutions:
• Engineering and implementation of conditioning and waste treatment plants
• Engineering and implementation of decommissioning projects as overall concept and individual solutions
• Engineering and implementation of process technology related plants and components for decommissioning