Triumph to supply components for Ontario nuclear power plant project

Triumph Group Inc. and SNC-Lavalin recently finalized two contracts worth a combined $48 million that will see Triumph supply critical safety components for Ontario's Darlington Nuclear Generating Station retube and feeder replacement program in which all four of the station's reactors will be refitted with new safety equipment.
“These contracts demonstrate the trust customers place on our production of safety critical, close-tolerance parts,” Triumph Precision Components Executive Vice President Rick Rosenjac said. “Triumph was the first company to attain part qualification to manufacture these critical components for this project, and SNC-Lavalin saw value in our agility and experience. We look forward to supporting SNC-Lavalin and the Canadian reactor refurbishment program.”
Triumph will produce supply end fittings and shield plugs for all of the station’s reactors at its Toronto facility, delivering the components over the course of the next seven years.
“Triumph is a key supplier to SNC-Lavalin in our support of the Darlington RFR project,” SNC-Lavalin Nuclear Chief Nuclear Officer and Executive Vice President Preston Swafford said. “These components will help ensure the Darlington CANDU reactors continue to provide Ontario with safe, reliable, affordable and low-carbon energy for another 30 years.”

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