Nuclearis is the only company in Latin America to have obtained the Nuclear Material Organization Certification issued by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). The MO Certification authorizes us to certify source material for nuclear use and export them to the rest of the world. Most reactors and other nuclear facilities globally implement the ASME III Code regulations regarding construction which require that every mechanical part of the reactor is built from qualified “nuclear” materials. Therefore, metallic raw material components- such as plates, bars, tubes, valves, etc- must qualify for nuclear use in order to ensure the reliability of the nuclear facility. This process to turn "non-nuclear" source material into qualified "nuclear" material is achieved through the implementation of Materials Science through a series of tests conducted in highly qualified laboratories under the rigorous requirements of the ASME III Code. Following the qualification process, Nuclearis issues the CMTR certificate to verify its adequacy. Furthermore, Nuclearis is now able to guarantee the delivery of nuclear materials, their quality and traceability, providing assurance that all operations, processes and services related to the procurement, manufacture, and supply of material, source material, and unqualified source material are performed in accordance with the requirements of the ASME BPVC, Section III, NCA-3800 and NCA-3900 to metal manufacturers in Argentina and the rest of the world. Ferrous and non-ferrous metal bars - Threaded bars - Forgings - Castings - Plates - Sheets - Seamless fittings - Flanges - Spare parts in bulk (screws, nuts, bolts, studs, etc.) - Welded fittings without filler - Seamless and welded without filler tubular products- Structural profiles - Welding materials (electrodes, consumables, bare and flux coated wires).