New guide to radiation monitors

29 January 2007

LabLogic Systems has published a new 'at-a-glance' guide to its radiation contamination monitors for detecting radioisotopes commonly used in research laboratories.

Using a clear tabular format, the leaflet gives an overview of the sensitivities, detection efficiencies and technical specifications of all four models in the Rad-Monitor range.

It also provides guidance on which of the monitors is suitable for detecting more than 30 common radionuclides.

All of the GM monitors are suitable for detection of 14C, 32P, 33P and 35S. The GM2 and GM2-P are particularly useful for checking hands, clothing, and bench-tops while the SD10 is suitable for monitoring of 125I , 32P and many others.