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tkohl (Mechanical) (OP)
6 May 09 22:43
My company has been contacted by a Nuclear Plant to modify one of our existing digital pressure controllers to meet their specifications.  We have a good handle on meeting the performance specifications, but need assistance getting through some of the guidlines that have been specified such as IEC 1226 and IEC 880.  I have been looking for a consulting firm that has experience with this but haven't had any luck.  If anyone can help point me in the right direction, I would really appreciate it.
vpl (Nuclear)
14 May 09 9:45
tkohl

Since you posted this over a week ago with no response, I suggest that you put this in another forum -- browse through them and select one that deals with pressure controllers.

 

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