Project Gallery

ITER Tokamac Reactor

St-Paul-lez-Durance, France

The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) is a large-scale scientific experiment in southern France, intended to prove the viability of fusion as an energy source, and to collect the data necessary for the design and subsequent operation of the first electricity-producing fusion power plant. A worldwide consortium is funding the 10-year, $250 billion project. We polished ½” 316L plate for the cooling water storage tanks, involving the highest level of quality assurance and documentation of any work we have ever done. SSS worked with our direct client Jos. Oat Corp. under the managing jurisdiction of Oak Ridge Laboratory. In the course of processing this material, and the intense scrutiny of all phases, SSS was honored to receive the International body’s recognition of “Outstanding Vendor” appearing in their international newsletter.

The Air Force Memorial

Washington DC

Recently erected and dedicated, the memorial is located on a promontory overlooking The Pentagon in our nation’s capital. Our company polished over 180 pieces of 3/4″ T316 L plates, 10 feet wide and up to 20 feet long for this memorial to aviation innovation and fallen members of this service branch. The 3 polished spires soar into the air up to 285 feet depicting the contrails of 3 jets ascending aloft at once.
Please click on the following link to look in on the project. www.airforcememorial.org

National Ignition Facility

at Lawrence Livermore Labs in Livermore, CA

Our company polished tens of thousands of GUARANTEED pit and crevice-free 5/8″ T316 plate for the beam collection boxes for this product. The completed laser is far and away the largest in the world and can produce the temperature equal to that on the surface of the sun. Every plate was polished and shipped to the site without one rejection.

Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge

San Diego, CA

In 2011, our company polished Type 2205 stainless steel vertical stanchions and supports for this bridge, located in The San Diego Bay area of California. This bridge has a 354 ft-long main span and is a single-cable, self-anchored suspension bridge spanning six rail road tracks and several lanes of
vehicle traffic.