Gamma-Ray Imaging Spectrometer
Gamma Cameras, or Gamma-Ray Imaging Spectrometer, can take gamma-ray pictures and merge them with normal images hence visulizing the activity distibution in an area. They are used to locate and identify radoactivity and of course mapping the contamination. Other applications for Gamma-Ray Imaging Spectrometers are emergency situation, security issues and of course decommisioning.
iPIX - Ultra Portable Gamma-Ray Imaging System
Part number: EM96681
Part number: EM96681 Compact size and lightweight for ultra portability Best tool to track low energy emitters (safeguards, security, fuel cycle) Industrial design for use in harsh environments Fosters the ALARA principle: Can be operated remotely minimizing...