Nuclear Measurement

The detection and the analysis of all types of radiation are essential for the safety and security of facilities and persons. For nuclear operators, providers or business stakeholders having the right tools and measurement services is the key to good decision- making, performance and cost optimisation in the areas of radiation protection, waste management, process […]

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ModuCon

Flexible, versatile, easily transportable and simple to use, Moducon allows an enclosure of almost any size to be quickly and easily assembled and is made from fire-retardant GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) panels. Its modular construction can incorporate entry/exit areas and a variety of optional ports, showers, windows, lighting and ventilation and filtration systems. The system […]

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Groundhog

Using banks of detectors, Groundhog provides a high density of survey measurements, automatically records all data, uses GIS to aid analysis and is suitable for areas of all sizes. With a range of options available, particles of radioactive material the size of a grain of sand or smaller can be detected, with survey results used […]

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Gamma Excavation Monitor (GEM)

Capable of measuring and segregating around 350 tonnes of material per day, GEM utilises a battery-operated CsI detector, is calibrated using a mathematical modelling code and all data is instantly downloaded to provide a record of the radioactive inventory and quantities of material.

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High Resolution Assay Monitor (HiRAM)

It uses a portable high-resolution gamma spectrometer and standalone electrical supply to provide typical count times of 15 minutes per 1m3 bag of rubble or soil, while achieving limits of detection of 0.007 Bq/g for Cs-137 and 0.003 Bq/g for Co-60. The system has been used to measure over 20,00 bags to date, with immediate […]

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