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San Diego-based General Atomics Electronic Systems, Inc. (GA-ESI) is comprised of five product lines involving different aspects of energy. One serves the petroleum and chemical industries, two focus on the nuclear/radiation monitoring industry, and two provide high power systems and components. The common thread of our systems technology is the design, development, and manufacture of secure and highly reliable microprocessor/PC-based control and information handling systems.
Terminal Automation Products (TAP)
The worldwide leader in providing automated distribution, inventory control and transaction processing systems to bulk product storage facilities that handle petroleum, chemical and agricultural products. TAP systems manage approximately $100 billion worth of products annually. Our Web-enabled systems allow customers to substantially reduce their operating costs while increasing their productivity and services. TAP is unique in its field by supplying turnkey solutions that include software, process control hardware and complete electrical and mechanical installation services.
Radiation Monitoring Systems (RMS)
The recognized leader in the design, manufacture, and support of a full range of radiation monitoring, detecting, control, data collection, and display equipment. GA-ESI maintains an installed base of equipment and systems at over half of the currently operating nuclear plants in the United States and at numerous sites in Europe and throughout the Far East.
General Atomics Energy Products
(manufacturer of high voltage capacitors and power supplies)
GA-ESI capacitors are well-known and highly respected critical components in the medical defibrillator, industrial laser, and pulsed power systems markets. The engineering staff designs custom components to provide optimal size, weight, and cost for most applications. This product line was acquired from Maxwell Technologies in 2000.
Gulftronic® Separator Systems
The Gulftronic® Separator System is a continuous operation, electrostatic, on-stream separation system currently in use by most major oil companies. Since their initial introduction in 1979, over 30 systems have been installed at petroleum refineries worldwide.
TRIGA, with over 65 facilities in 22 countries, is the premier supplier of nuclear research reactors for university, industrial, government, and medical applications. Originally designed to meet requirements for operator training, educational programs including nuclear research, and fuel development, TRIGA's inherently safe and flexible design has allowed its usage to be expanded to meet the requirements of application in medical and agricultural research, isotope production, and neutron radiography.