We've been doing some really interesting projects here at Otek these last few weeks. Thanks to the following customers for their interest and trust. We are honored that you selected Otek Intelligent Instruments to support instrumentation needs.
Otek continues to make great progress on our 10CFR50 Appendix B program, which will give Otek the capability, under United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission statutes, to build and sell Otek Intelligent Instruments directly to the US Nuclear Power Plants for Class 1E safety-related applications.
In this high-tech world that we all inhabit, new technologies emerge while older technologies fade away. Sometimes the old tech just doesn't measure up anymore. Sometimes, however, the old tech is a great product that keeps going and going, but the parts that were used to build the old tech are becoming harder and harder to find and purchase.
In April 2016, Otek completed and signed-off on a Nuclear Quality Assurance Manual under guidelines consistent with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s 10CFR50 Appendix B. This new QA Manual will provide the framework to allow Otek to build parts for Class 1E nuclear-safety related applications, also known in the nuclear industry as “basic components”, and sell them direct to nuclear power plants in the United States and other US designed plants e.g. Mexico, South Korea, Brazil, and Taiwan .
As part of our efforts to provide Manufacturer-Direct sales to the United States Nuclear Power Plant fleet, Otek has partnered with the following Manufacturer's Representative organizations to provide direct, on-stie representation to each location in the fleet. Here is some information about each of our Rep organizations:
We challenge our minds daily to come up with innovative ways to improve everything in our lives. New developments and advancements in technology are open invitations to create. We used to have a variety of resources and technology at our fingertips, but now we have limited resources and have found some technologies to be harmful.
After two years of hard work by our engineering department, the patent for our NTM technology was awared on June 9, 2015. Our New Technology Meter (NTM Series) is a successor to the original analog voltmeter designed by Sir Edward Weston in 1893! Just like its predecessor, the NTM uses minute amounts of energy in a current loop to brightly and consistently illuminate its 51 automatic tricolor (R/G/Y) bargraph and 4 digits.