The Federal Medical and Biological Agency (FMBA of Russia) granted hygiene certificates to JSC Institute for Physical and Technical Problems (JSC IPTP, a company under the management of JSC Rusatom Automated Control Systems) giving the right to handle and transport ionizing radiation sources. The certificates have been renewed for the following 5 years.
“IPTP activities are directly related to ionizing radiation sources. The renewed certificates will be the basis for proper full-scale work of the Institute. The certificates cover all types of activities including design, manufacturing, operation and transportation of radiation protection tools”, said Alexander Smirnov, Director of JSC IPTP.
Rusatom Automated Control Systems JSC (RASU JSC) is part of Rosatom State Corporation. The company is the integrator of I&C and Electrical Engineering businesses. It accumulates the long-term experience of Rosatom’s enterprises in development of automated control systems and comprehensive electrical engineering solutions. RASU JSC performs the full scope of activities, from engineering and design to delivery and commissioning of I&C systems and electrical equipment, in the Russian and international projects of Rosatom. Since 2019, two more companies of the Russian nuclear industry are under the management of the integrator: JSC Specialized Scientific Research Institute for Instrumentation Engineering (JSC SNIIP) and JSC Institute for Physical and Technical Problems.
JSC Institute for Physical and Technical Problems (IPTP) is a company under the management of RASU JSC. The Institute was established in 1992 for the development, manufacturing and implementation of analytical equipment based on semiconductor detectors, ionizing radiation detection units and devices, radioisotope devices for process control and automation, special-purpose plastic scintillators at the enterprises of Rosatom and in other industries.