Scintallation detectors are available in a variety of configurations depending on the application. From only the crystal itself to very complex and integrated detectors.
Read more about scintillting detektors on our supplier Saint-Gobain Crystals webpage
NaI(Tl) - Sodium Iodine
The tellur doped sodium iodine scintillation detector is a
hermetically sealed assembly which includes NaI(Tl) crystal,
a photomultiplier tube, an internal magnetic/ light shield,
an aluminum housing, and a 14-pin connector. It provides
CsI(Tl) and CsI(Na)
Cesium Iodide is a material with high γ-ray stopping power
due to its relative high density and atomic number. For
scintillation counting, it is used either in its undoped
form or doped with...
CsI(pure) - Cesium Iodide
Undoped CsI also called CsI(pure) has an emission maximum at
315 nm with an intensity much smaller than either of the
activated types of this material. The 315 nm emission is
LaCl3(Ce) - BrillianCe B350
Cerium doped Lanthanum Chloride the
BrilLanCeTM 350 detectors have been commercially
available since 2003. Detectors can be designed with
crystal sizes 3" in diameter and 3" long and larger. (See
recently produced 4" X 6" detector on
left.) BrilLanCe brings...
LaBr3(Ce) - Brilliance B380
Lathanium Bromide BrilLanCeTM 380 crystals are now
available in pixel forms, arrays, or integrated designs with
sizes up to 3.0" x 3.0". BrilLanCe material is particularly
attractive due to its ultra high light output...
Bismuth Germanate, of the composition Bi4Ge3012, also called
BGO, is a high Z, high density scintillation material. Due
to the high atomic number of bismuth (83) and the material's
high density of 7.13...
Lutetium based scintillator - PreLude 420
PreLudeTM 420 (Lu 1.8Y.2SiO5:Ce) is a Cerium doped
lutetium based scintillation crystal that offers high
density and short decay time. It's ideal for applications
that require higher throughput, better timing and energy
resolution, including time-of-flight...
BaF2 - Barium flouride
Barium fluoride (BaF2) is a scintillator showing two
wavelengths of emission (310 nm and 295 nm). The emission
at 220nm has an emission with sub nanosecond decay time
interesting for timing applications.
CdWO4 - Cadmium Tungstate
Cadmium tungstate (CdWO4) is a high density, high atomic
number scintillator with relatively high light yield. The
emission maximum is at 475nm and the total light output is
12 to 15 photons/keV. The...
CaF2 - Europium doped Calcium Fluoride
CaF2(Eu) is a transparent material used for detecting gamma
rays up to several hundred keV and for detecting charged
particles. Because of the low atomic number, the material's
photofraction is relatively small which...
Lithium Glass Scintillators - Cerium activated
Cerium activated lithium silicate glass scintillators can be
Neutron spectrometry Neutron radiography Oil and gas
exploration Alpha, beta and gamma detection in extreme
YaG(Ce) - Yttrium Aluminum Garnet doped with Cerium
YAG(Ce) is a non-hygroscopic, chemically inert inorganic
scintillator. The wavelength of the maximum emission at
550nm is well matched to CCD sensitivity. YAG(Ce) is a
reasonably fast scintillator with a relative light yield...
CeBr3 scintillation crystals offer an alternative to NaI(Tl)
for high resolution gamma spectrometric applications. Above
a gamma energy of about 200 keV, the energy resolution of
LaCl3:Ce is superior to NaI(Tl). CeBr3 scintillation
Kromek's next generation of scintillator products replace
conventional photomultiplier technology with state of the
art SiPMs.These gamma-ray detectors offer up to 32.8 cm3 of
detection volume, delivered in a package providing
significant benefits in cost,...