Tag: NTM-V

True Climate Change Goes Beyond Reducing Carbon Emissions

For this point in human history, where we have the most advanced and powerful tools ever known to man at our fingertips, where we have mapped the earth and drawn designs upon the stars, split molecules and are knocking very resoundingly on the door of artificial intelligence. We sure seem to have a very jejune… Read more »

NRC Approves First Small Modular Reactor Permit

In a move that could have ripple effects throughout the industry, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) approved a permit for the construction of a small modular reactor under the auspices of the Tennessee Valley Authority. The first of its kind in the United States, the permit grants the TVA twenty years to build and install… Read more »

Double Tapping the Sigma 9222 with New Technology Replacements

The Sigma 9222—elongated, bulky at nearly four pounds, awkwardly designed to dimensions of 6.75 x 6.00 x 3.00 inches, parallax-ridden with a curved display, nervous needles comprised of plastic and dubious red teetering precariously over readings that resemble the unfurling of an old tape measure, glazed over by light at odd angles, eagerly given to… Read more »

NTM-V The Sigma 9263 Replacement

Looking for a Sigma 9263 replacement? OTEK’s NTM-V transforms efficiency. Sigma Controls was founded in Perkasie, Pennsylvania, in 1985 with a focus on water-based applications for measurement and control. Picking up business as the analog age began to ride its last wave, the company cashed in on the advent of digital meters and rode that… Read more »

International Instruments Potential Reached–Whats Next? Otek & the DPM Revolution

International Instruments began 1947 with the purpose of developing a series of analog meters that realized the full of a flat, stackable, and compact meter. As the Nuclear Power Industry grew exponentially after World War II, so too did the escalating need for improved nuclear instrumentation. Initially developed for the U.S.-based Atomic Energy Commission, II’s… Read more »