Dear Sirs!


The visiting card of JSC “VNIIAEN” is represented by 60 years of professional work in the field of pump engineering.

For more than half a century, the Institute employees have been developing pumping equipment of a high quality (almost 800 pump designs), which is operated at many large power complexes of nuclear and thermal power engineering; on facilities of oil, chemical, sugar and food industries, for oil pipeline transportation and maintenance of pressure in oil pools, water supply and irrigation; at civil engineering and mining works, in underground systems, agglomerate-and-ironmaking and steelmaking, cattle-breeding complexes, sewerage systems, municipal and public utilities etc.

In research laboratories and design departments of JSC “VNIIAEN”, various centrifugal pumps are being developed to meet the highest modern requirements. Centrifugal pumps are tested on full-scale test stands of the modern test center.



Throughout its history, the Institute repeatedly took part in development and implementation of State and regional programs in the field of thermal and nuclear power engineering, water handling services, oil and chemical industries. Our production became well known abroad a long time ago. Lately, our Institute has been developing new generation pumps for facilities of nuclear and thermal power engineering in China, Belarus and other countries.

Throughout its existence, VNIIAEN has elaborated its own style and nature of work, so that powerful scientific and technological potential has been achieved. The results of engineering and research activities are protected by patents and copyright certificates.

The Institute has well qualified engineering and scientific personnel, modern engineering design and research laboratories that allow efficient development of new kinds of pumping equipment and modernization of the existing ones.

Being the leading organization in Ukraine with respect to research and technical support in pump engineering, for more than 15 years JSC “VNIIAEN” has been properly certified by the government as a scientific institution.

In accordance with the relevant decisions of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, JSC “VNIIAEN” has been added to the List of Companies that are of Strategic Importance for Economy and National Security, with its test center included to the State Register of scientific facilities that form the national resources.

Over the years, JSC “VNIIAEN” has been added to the State Register of scientific institutions to be provided with State support.

The Institute holds Technical Committee for standardization TK-21 “Rotordynamic and positive displacement pumps”. Moreover, JSC “VNIIAEN” is a collaborative member of the Technical Committee for standardization TK-79 “Atomic Power”.

The Institute operates a quality management system that is certified to the requirements of applicable international standards.

JSC “VNIIAEN” has become an approved vendor for State Enterprise “National Nuclear Energy Generating Company “Energoatom” (“NNEGC “Energoatom”) to conduct a series of works that are the Institute’s core activities.

It is JSC “VNIIAEN” where the affiliate of the Applied Fluid Mechanics Department of Sumy State University works to train future specialists for pump engineering.

For the last years of work, the Institute has been repeatedly honored with prestigious awards in various nominations of domestic and international rating reviews and contests.

JSC “VNIIAEN” has always highly appreciated the interests of the partners and the users of its production. Efforts of the Institute are aimed to strengthen existing business contacts and to search for new partners. It is the competiveness and commitment principles that lay the foundation for interrelations in the light of mutual understanding for the promotion of common interests.

While developing its pumping equipment, JSC “VNIIAEN” cooperates closely with JSC “NASOSENERGOMASH Sumy” and it is currently being involved in developing a wide range of new products for various industries.


General Director of JSC “VNIIAEN”

 Andrii K. Davydenko