- Direct employees
- Turnover (reported)
- Nuclear Contracting Tiers
- Tier 2: Systems Integration Organisations
Instrumentation & Control - Systems Engineering
AM Sensors Ltd (AMS) is a Controls & Instrumentation company based in Bridgwater, Somerset, specialising in engineering systems for the nuclear industry. With expertise in ‘front end’ instrumentation including pressure, level, ﬂow and temperature measurement, analytical equipment and environmental monitoring, AMS's team of SQEP (Suitably Qualified and Experienced Personnel) engineers can provide the full range of project life-cycle services including:
• Plant walkdowns and requirements specification writing
• Optioneering reports
• Detail design
• Design substantiation
• Enclosure / cubicles / panel / frame manufacturing
• Factory Acceptance Testing
• Site Acceptance Testing
AMS operates throughout the nuclear industry, delivering a range of solutions for:
• Plant Life Extension (PLEX)
• Ageing and Obsolescence
• Reverse engineering
• Environmental sampling and monitoring
Products and Services
|Process Engineering Systems||Nuclear Civil|
|Detectors, Measurement & Monitoring Equipment & Components, incl Airborne Contamination||Nuclear Civil|
|Instrumentation & Control||Nuclear Civil|
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- CAD Design - 2D
- CAD Design - 3D
Moisture Measurement Systems
AMS recently designed and built a number of moisture measurement systems that included discreet control and alarm logic, hardwired key lock systems and segregated channel monitoring instrumentation. The design and manufactured systems had to meet the safety case requirements and was fully seismically and EMC tested.
Total Oxidation Units
AMS can produce bespoke systems for periodic and/or continuous emissions monitoring that meet current UK and International standards. These systems have been developed in conjunction with Health Physics and are used widely throughout the nuclear industry to provide portable sampling of gaseous Carbon 14, Sulphur 35 and Tritium (3H).
Isokinetic Sampling System
AMS are able to design, build and commission systems for taking unaltered particulate samples from stacks using isokinetic sampling techniques and bespoke multi-probe sampling assemblies to both comply with Environment Agency guidelines and to meet specific customer operation and maintenance requirements.