Instadose - Dosimetry Service
Gammadata offers a dosimetry service based on a modern personal dosimeters type, Instadose, suitable for all workers with risk for exposure of ionizing radiation. The dosimeter is approved by many radiation authorities world wide, for instance the Swedish authority SSM and SSMFS 2018:9. The dosimeter detection principle is DIS technology which offers a small device with automatic read-outs to a internet connected receiver or mobile phone. This gives the dosimeter wearer instant information after exposure and terminate the risk of loosing dosimeter in the shipment to external laboratory. The dose data will be reported to the national dose registries. The service includes web based tools like, a free read-out app on Google Play or Apple Appstore, occupation reports, remind to perform reads, and many more. These handy tools will simplify the dose administration at site.
- No manpower required to collect and administrate the dosimeters, simply just generate an automated mail to the wearer to remind about read-out their dosimeter
- No fees for a delayed dosimeter
- No parcel fees
- Direct result to the wearer. Specific "hot work" could be monitored
- Dose reporting to the national dose registry included in service
- Dosimeter is swappable from old to new employees or visitors
Additional information about Instadose could be found here www.instadose.com
D89 - Gammadatas General Terms for Instadose (in Swedish)
Instadose for Hp(10), USB read-out
Part number: INSTA-T
Part number: INSTA-T Instadose is a small personal dosimeter that is read directly by the wearer using the USB port on a internet connected PC. This dose meter has accreditation by the radiation authorities to act as a legal dosimeter for category A and B personal.
Communication devices Hotspots
Part number: INSTA-HOTSPOT, INSTA-INSTALINK
Part number: INSTA-HOTSPOT, INSTA-INSTALINK The Hotspots will listen and communicate with Instadose dosimeters that are within range to transmit dose date to Mirion secure servers where it is saved in the wearer’s dose record. Hotspot is ideal when there is a high concentration of badges (>10) stored together when not worn (e. g.