DRS Consolidated Controls, Inc. (DRS CCI) is a leading provider of instrument and control systems (I&C) for commercial nuclear power plants.
Our systems are installed worldwide in over 30 commercial nuclear power plants, and many nuclear Navy vessels, keeping plants operating safely and efficiently.
DRS legacy systems range from analog control systems, to discrete logic systems, to micro-processor based systems and have proven track records of performance, reliability, and quality. We support all legacy installations throughout their life cycle and have extensive experience in performing module redesigns for our customers facing obsolescence issues.
Our systems are designed, tested and manufactured by our in-house engineering and product management teams whom have extensive experience in design engineering, obsolescence redesign design consulting and qualification components (single items or entire systems). Our field service organization provides support to all installed systems.
Pump Speed Sensors
Pump Speed Sensnors from DRS Consolitaded Controls monitor pressure, flow, level, temperature, speed & position in both safety, & non-safety-related nuclear applications.
Pressure & Differential Pressure Transmitters
DRS sensors and transmitters are designed and qualified to operate in extremely adverse environmental conditions encountered in both primary and secondary plant applications.
I&C System Upgrades and Obsolescence Management
Nuclear utilities are facing challenges of aging equipment and obsolescence, at DRS we offer analog system upgrades to extend the life of your current safety system, rather a new build or digital option.
At DRS have a long standing tradition of supporting our legacy installations for the life of the plant and do not terminate support due to an upgrade. We offer module re-designs to solve obsolescence issues.
Upgrades and Obsolescence Managment
At DRS Consolidated Controls we apply our extensive experience to services that include technology refresh programs, re-qualification testing, form, fit, and function component redesign, and more.