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Defense Overview
Providing more than 160 years of service to the U.S. Navy
Pumps, Valves & Actuators
Manufacturing and refurbishment of pumps and valves for government maritime service
Control Systems
State-of-the-art components, systems and software
Critical function electro-mechanical products
Advanced Products & Systems
Providing innovative electro-mechanical concepts and products
Sealing Technologies
Nuclear and non-nuclear pressure seal containment solutions
Engineering & Manufacturing
Diverse engineering and development services with specialized consulting
Software & Development
Asset management software development and implementation
Advanced Products & Systems
Providing innovative electromechanical concepts and products

Advanced Products and Systems Division (APSD)Advanced Products and Systems Division (APSD)

Established in the year 2000, Advanced Products and Systems Division (APSD) was created to lead in the development of concepts, technology, andproducts in the areas of electromechanical power conversion and power electronics. Amajor focus is the integration of power and control electronics with electric and electromechanical devices to provide products to meet new or existing customer needs.

Our highly experienced technical workforce provides assembly and test expertise in mechanical, electromechanical, electrical, and electronic (power and control) equipment. System simulation, control system design, system integration, control software, and power conversion expertise, combined with our equipment design skills, provide an ideal environment to develop electrical, electronic, and electromechanical components and systems for defense and commercial markets.

APSD personnel includes experts with extensive theoretical/analytical skills as well as experience with application engineering and design for manufacture in such diverse fields as:

  • Advanced SystemsElectronic Drive Systems
  • Power Converter and Power Conditioning Systems
  • Electronic Controls
  • Electric Motors and Generators
  • Superconducting Power Equipment
  • Energy Storage and Pulsed Power Systems
  • Electromechanical and Electronic Systems
  • Electromechanical/Electronic System Simulation

Current programs include pulsed power for the Army’s Electromagnetic Gun, energy storage components for Electro-Magnetic Assisted Launch Systems (EMALS), and a specialized motor/generator for Navy’s next generation turbo-electric Advanced Arresting Gear. Discover more about APSD.

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