NUVIA Instruments GmbH was founded 1993 by Heinz Kirsch and Günter Werthmann as S.E.A. GmbH Strahlenschutz-Entwicklungs- und Ausrüstungs-Gesellschaft. Both founders brought many years of experience in the field of radiation protection and nuclear measuring equipment into the new company. Due to global trade, the radiation released by the reactor disaster in Fukushima is spread all over the world. NUVIA Instruments GmbH develops and manufactures these measuring instruments for several routine and special jobs in radiation protection. With innovative measuring equipment we always want to offer you an appropriate solution.
Today, we are a middle size company. This has the advantage that decisions can be made in short time scales. In this way, special projects to make customer-specific requirements or wishes into a measuring-technical solution are always possible. Many of these initially customer-specific solutions became standard products later.
Together with our second company MED Nuklear-Medizintechnik Dresden GmbH, we have approx. 30 employees. About 40 – 45 % of our turnover is made with export business.
Our website informs you about our products and services. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Our measurement technology is mainly used to detect the smallest quantities of radiation and often directly or indirectly in controlled areas. Therefore highest quality and reliability must be ensured. We operate an extensive quality management system. NUVIA Instruments GmbH is certified the TÜV SÜD Management Service GmbH according to:
KTA 1401 Quality assurance in the nuclear-technical field
The German nuclear safety standards commission (KTA) has defined the requirements of quality assurance for all nuclear power plants in Germany by the safety-technical standard KTA 1401.
As a manufacturer of radiation measuring equipment, NUVIA Instruments GmbH fulfils the KTA quality requirements. Participants of the original audit were RWE, nuclear power plant Emsland (KLE) and the auditor P. Antosch from AHA engineer services.