Contamination Instruments

Work with unsealed radioactive materials generates potential contamination of surfaces. Sensitive instruments providing early warnings of the presence of surface contamination help to prevent inadvertent transfer of radioactivity. Surface contaminations are measured as activity per unit area [Bq/cm²] for specified radio nuclides. These values are subject to regulatory limits. Surface contaminations are monitored using a variety of methods and instruments

Handhound

The Handhound has been designed mainly for use in ‘wet-chemistry’ radio-isotope handling situations where hands could be contaminated. The Radhound radiation monitoring electronics are incorporated into a stainless steel enclosure with a high sensitivity collimated...

RDS-80

Part number: 1233-245

Part number: 1233-245 The RDS-80 Contamination Monitor is an easy to use contamination instrument based on pancake GM-tube. Measure alpha, beta and gamma as cps or Bq/cm2. The functions comprise contamination measurements with alarm functions and automatic conversion to...

LB 124 Scint

Part number: 43727-10

Part number: 43727-10 LB 124 Scint is a handheld alpha-beta contamination monitor based on a 170 cm² ZnS(Ag) scintillation detector. The sophisticated reflector geometry ensures that the response is extremely flat over the entire sensitive area.  It measure...

LB 147 / LB 147 Slim

Part number: 45356-10

Part number: 45356-10 Radio nuclides are widely used in many fields of research, nuclear medicine and in life science. Wherever open radioactive materials are used, radiation protection regulations require contamination monitoring for hands, feet and clothing. The...