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Official logo of INVAP. INVAP S.E. is an Argentine high-technology company dedicated to the design, integration, construction and delivery of high complexity equipment, plants and devices. Contents 1 Background 2 Satellites 3 Nuclear projects 4 Other projects commissioned 5 References 6 External links Background INVAP has customers in more than 30 countries across North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa. INVAP delivers tailor-made projects for nuclear, aerospace, chemical, medical, petroleum and governmental sectors. INVAP was created in 1976, as a spin off of the Argentinean Atomic Energy Commission, research laboratories division. The company is an unlisted private company, the sole owner being the Province of Río Negro. It is headquartered in San Carlos de Bariloche, however its personnel are distributed around the world. As of 2008, INVAP directly employs 600 people and up to 700 indirectly, when contractors, associated firms and suppliers are taken into consideration.[1] Satellites SAC-A satellite at space INVAP is the only company in Latin America certified by NASA (the US (National) Aeronautics and Space Administration) to supply space technologies. [1] INVAP has shown its proficiency as a constructor of satellites, payloads, and ground stations; this is evidenced by the SAC ("Satelites de Aplicación Científica") satellite family, developed for the Argentine space agency CONAE. INVAP is the only company in Latin America with full life cycle capabilities, from design and development through mission control and operational support.[2] The SAC-D was put into orbit on June 9th 2011, carrying several scientific payloads, including NASA's $100 million Aquarius project, which will measure ocean's salinity. [3] Nuclear projects In the field of nuclear projects, the company specializes in the following areas: design and construction of nuclear research reactors, radioisotope production plants, nuclear fuel manufacturing plants, uranium enrichment facilities, neutron beam transport systems, radiation protection instrumentation, reactor protection systems, modernisation and refurbishment of research reactors. INVAP also conducts consultancy and research activities for leading nuclear power plant suppliers in areas such as nuclear reactor fuels, isotope separation by lasers and reactor core reshuffling studies for nuclear power plants. INVAP has constructed and installed the following nuclear reactors worldwide: Country Location Name Notes  Algeria Algiers NUR Sold to Haut Commisariat pour la Recherche of the Algerian government.  Argentina Bariloche RA-6 For CNEA.  Argentina Pilcaniyeu RA-8 For CNEA.  Argentina Lima, Zárate [4] CAREM For CNEA.  Australia Sydney OPAL Sold to the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO).  Egypt Cairo ETRR-2 Sold to the Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority.  Peru Lima RP-0 Provision of nuclear instrumentation to the Instituto Peruano de Energía Nuclear.  Peru Huarangal RP-10 Provision of nuclear instrumentation to the Instituto Peruano de Energía Nuclear. On 2009, INVAP (teamed with Spanish group Isolux) was pre-selected in an international tender, known as the PALLAS project. This entails the procurement of a 80 MW nuclear reactor for the Dutch city of Petten [5] ( see Petten nuclear reactor ) but on February 2010, the Dutch radiopharmaceutical producer Nuclear Research and Consultancy Group (NRG) extended the preparatory phase up to end of the year for financing [6] On 2010 INVAP (teamed with CITEDEF) announced that has completed the development and ready for test a new method based on laser to remove the radioactive components from heavy water which is used to cool nuclear reactors [7]. Other projects commissioned Radar Inkan at Quilmes Satellites and space research payload for CONAE[8] [9] Hangar doors for the Argentine Navy destroyer ARA Hércules[10] [11] FLIR system for Argentine Navy P-3 Orion aircraft [12] Systems for early detection of forest fires[13] Eleven (plus 11 more in order) 2D radars INKAN ( Spanish: Radar Secundario Monopulso Argentino, RSMA ) for the Administración Nacional de Aviación Civil (ANAC) the Argentine Civilian Agency in charge of air traffic control [14] [15] 3D radar prototype [16] plus 6 in order [17] for the Argentine Air Force Maritime patrol simulators[18] [19] Wind Power[20] [21] Dry-freeze plants, for preservation of fruits and vegetables. Storage solutions for irradiated nuclear fuel from NPP and Research Reactors. Radioisotope processing plants [22] [23] [24] [25] Petrochemical plants. A synthetic aperture radar to replaced the Bendix RDR-1500B on the maritime patrol aircraft Beechcraft Super King Air of the Argentine Naval Aviation [26] References Wikimedia Commons has media related to: :Category:INVAP ^ a b Company Profile ^ Space Area ^ NASA Aquarius Project ^ actualmente se construye en cercanías de Atucha, el reactor CAREM 25, que generará 25 MW ^ Argentina, a un paso de venderle un reactor nuclear a Holanda ^ [1] ^ CITEDEF desarrolla un método láser para descontaminar reactores nucleares ^ Misiones SAC Firman convenios para las contrucción de tres satélites ^ http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&safe=off&rlz=1B3GGGL_en___AR356&q=site%3A.gov.ar+%2Bconae+%2Binvap&aq=f&aql=&aqi=&oq= CONAE official documents ^ ARA Hercules multirole transport ship (Spanish) Defense and Security (English) ^ Histamar: ARA Hercules ^ Jefatura de Ministros:Memoria 2005 ^ Forest Fire Prevention ^ LaNacion: Más plata para reequipamiento militar LaNacion:Comprará el Gobierno 11 radares (Spanish) ^ En materia de seguridad aérea, Invap construyó 11 modelos del Radar Secundario Monopulso Argentino (RSMA) del plan de radarización que se impulsó en 2005, con una inversión cercana a los 100 millones de pesos, ... Invap desarrollará 11 radares más para completar el control aéreo nacional hacia el noreste y sur del país, con una inversión de 126 millones de pesos y un plazo de instalación hacia fines de 2011. ^ Diseñan un radar tridimensional para detectar vuelos clandestinos ^ ha encargado la fabricación de seis radares militares que se suman al prototipo que el INVAP ^ Simuladores Marítimos para Instrucción y Adiestramiento - MELIPAL (Spanish) ^ LaNacion:Simulador de navegación para los mares argentinos ^ Wind Power ^ http://www.lanacion.com.ar/nota.asp?nota_id=1024482 LaNacion:Desarrollan el primer molino eólico diseñado en el país ^ http://www.lanacion.com.ar/nota.asp?nota_id=504899 Lancion:Invap vendió a la India un equipo de radioterapia ^ Medical Equipment ^ LaNacion:Por primera vez se vendió a Brasil un equipo argentino de radioterapia ^ LaNacion: Venden alta tecnología por US$ 100 millones a Venezuela ^ Novo radar argentino em aeronave naval External links Official website Spanish - English v · d · eEnergy in Argentina Electric power · Enarsa · INVAP · Hydroelectric plants · Yaciretá · El Chocón · Cerros Colorados · CNEA · Atucha I · Atucha II · Embalse · 2004 energy crisis · 2006 nuclear reactivation plan