ISOTOPIC provides a practical solution to a wide range of gamma-ray measurement problems encountered in site characterization and waste container measurements. ISOTOPIC v4.1 is based on work done originally at several U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) sites in the analysis of thousands of fissile waste containers and in methods developed at the U.S. Energy Measurements Laboratory (EML-NYC) for measuring wide-area contamination of soils and surfaces.
ScintiVision-32 is an integrated multichannel analyzer (MCA) emulator and gamma-ray spectrum analysis program for the collection and analysis of sodium iodide (NaI) and other scintillator gamma-ray spectra. ScintiVision incorporates the latest advances in analytical accuracy with user friendliness and the widest range of tools and corrections available to the spectroscopist. These include absorption correction, nuclide library editing, and all hardware setup including presets, acquisition settin...
The dosimeter may be used as an electronic direct reading device at atomic power engineering sites, physics laboratories, health care organizations industrial enterprises and companies that deal with gamma radiation sources. It can be applied together with PDC ECOMONITOR software for programming, reading, and processing of the dosimeter measurement results.
The gamma–ray Detection Device is based on a HPGe detector with Electric Machine Cooling which is intended for the conversion of Gamma-ray quantum energy using amplitude electric signals and their amplification for further registration with a nuclear physics apparatus. It was specifically developed for long, continuous operations.
The RADOS WalkThrough-QNX? Gamma & Neutron Monitor System is designed to measure persons or goods. The WalkThrough-QNX? is a system for monitoring contamination of persons, but has also been adapted to monitor goods in previous applications. Persons or goods passing the monitor are checked for gamma and neutron radioactivity, regardless their direction of movement.
The Cronos-4 and Cronos-11 Gamma Object/Tool Monitors are extremely sensitive instruments used to detect gamma radiation in/on articles such as waste bags, tools, briefcases, hard hats, and other miscellaneous objects. Measurements which ensure that objects have no detectable radioactivity can result in significant cost savings in waste processing and/or storage.
The Gross Gamma Screening system is intended for the rapid screening of urine samples for the presence of elevated radioactivity in a post-radiological event scenario. This system allows up to eight urine samples to be counted simultaneously in discretely shielded 3? x 3? NaI Well detectors to quickly identify elevated radioactivity from personnel in the exposed population. This screening process provides critical information to Emergency Response Agencies and is accomplished with minimal operat...