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BWXT Canada Ltd.

Extensive industry experience and expertise

BWXT Canada Ltd. (BWXT Canada) has over 60 years of expertise and experience in the designing, manufacturing, commissioning, and servicing of nuclear power generation equipment. This includes CANDU and Pressurized Water Reactor steam generatorsnuclear fuel and fuel components, critical plant components, parts and related plant services. Headquartered in Cambridge, Ontario, BWXT Canada has approximately 1290 employees, who work at locations including Cambridge, Peterborough, Port Elgin, Pickering, Toronto,  Arnprior and Oakville, Ontario. 

As a supplier of over 305 CANDU and pressurized water reactor steam generators worldwide - in addition to other major plant components and fuel -  we have the knowledge and expertise to develop innovative solutions for all areas of plant operations, from the nuclear reactor itself to conventional systems, replacement reactor vessel closure headspressurizers, primary piping, critical heat exchangers and spent fuel storage.

Our services can be provided in a variety of ways: through staff augmentation, through specific-scope projects, or on a turnkey basis. 

When commercially-available systems do not adequately meet current challenges within the nuclear industry, we develop the services, techniques, and equipment needed to address or correct the problem(s).

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