Naval Reactor Plants

All nuclear reactors for operating nuclear submarines (NPS) and surface ships of the Navy are developed in JSC OKBM Afrikantov.



Since 1954 - participation in the creation of a nuclear reactor for the first nuclear submarine and its ground-based prototype. In the early sixties, advanced reactors for the 2nd generation nuclear submarines were being developed. For these projects, about 270 reactors were manufactured and operated.


In the 1970s and 1980s, about 60 unified 3rd generation nuclear submarine reactors were manufactured. Most of them are currently in operation, forming the basis of the strike forces of the Russian Navy.


In the 1970s. development of the world's most powerful reactor facility for heavy nuclear missile cruisers. 

The technologies of the carbine reactor plants, created in Russia, relate to the achievements of the world level.

At the present time, a complete supply of RU for a series of submarines under construction of the 4th generation of the Borey-A and Yasen-M projects is being completed, the submarines of the 3rd generation submarine are being improved, and proprietary maintenance of the existing facilities is provided.

At an increasing pace, R & D is being carried out on the new generation of criminals in ensuring their strategic competitiveness.

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