Tyne Engineering Inc.

Tyne Engineering Inc.

Tyne Engineering has over 25 years experience in the design and manufacture of complex engineering systems in the fields of process engineering, mechanical engineering, and Instrumentation and Controls for nuclear and tritium-handling industries. Tyne’s manufacturing facility is well controlled, clean, and is suitable for use in the manufacture of high vacuum / low leakage stainless steel systems and electronics. We have qualified welders on staff performing TIG, MIG, SPOT, and Automatic Tube Welding. We have personnel with specialized knowledge of high pressure and temperature systems as well as vacuum and cryogenics. We are familiar with manufacture and modification of complex circuit boards and electronic modules. We have good knowledge of materials and sealing techniques for systems designed for hydrogen and oxygen service and/or radioactive substances.

Company details

730 Darlene Court , Burlington , Ontario L7L 5V1 Canada
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Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Nuclear Power
Market Focus:
Nationally (across the country)
Year Founded:
1983
Employees:
11-100
Turnover:
$1,000,000 US - $10,000,000 US

Expertise and Qualifications Quality Assurance and Code Qualifications

Quality Assurance is a vital part of Tyne's phylosophy and methodology. The following certifications make Tyne Engineering eligible to perform safety-related work for the Nuclear Industry in areas of design, procurement, manufacturing, testing and servicing.

  • CSA-N286.2 and CSA-Z299.1 Nuclear Design Quality Assurance by CANPAC

  • Commercial Grade Dedication (CGD) to EPRI-NP-5625 by CANPAC

  • ISO9001

  • CSA-N285 and CSA-B51 for nuclear and non-nuclear pressure vessels/piping to ASME III, ASME VIII div 1, B31.3, B31.1

  • Tyne complies fully with 10CFR50 Appendix B and has been audited to ASME NQA-1 Nuclear Quality Assurance Program.

Due to the varied scope of Tyne’s work, we have developed a Quality Assurance System with inherent flexibility for jobs of different sizes, types, and Quality standards. Every project starts with a Project Plan that lays out key Quality requirements and which may reference a separate Project Quality Plan if necessary.

Tyne has separate Quality Manuals for work on nuclear and non-nuclear pressure vessels and pressure / chemical piping.

Tyne is certified by the Canadian pressure vessel authority to perform work to ASME VIII Div 1 and ASME III pressure codes.

Tyne Engineering is also licensed by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission to handle depleted uranium.

Design, Control and Testing of Instrumentation and Control Panels

In addition to the above certifications, Tyne Engineering has extensive experience working with a wide variety of codes and standards from our in-house library including ISO, ASME, CSA, TUV and many other codes and standards.

Project Management

Tyne is setup to apply efficient project management to projects of vastly varying size and scope. All aspects of the project are planned out at the start including Quality Assurance and Code Requirements, selection of effective project teams, adherence to schedules, control of subsuppliers, etc.

Engineering Design

Tyne’s design activities are carefully planned out as part of the Project Plan (mandatory for every project) and Design Plan (optional depending on project complexity).

Tyne’s personnel are typically involved in initial project meetings, assisting clients with conceptual designs, contributing ideas and suggestions, and studying alternatives. Tyne then converts the design concepts into detailed system designs, providing flowsheets and schematics, assembly and manufacturing drawings, circuit board design, design calculations, Spec Sheets, etc. We also provide conventional design documentation such as design manuals, test documentation, maintenance and operating manuals.