Offer includes three radiation monitors - and a spare
19 November 2008
If your lab staff need to use radiation contamination monitors, a new offer from LabLogic Systems will make sure they're all well-equipped - and have a vital spare to hand too.
Until the end of 2008, the company is supplying a free replacement probe with every three Rad Monitors sold. All you have to do is decide which model from the range is best for your purposes.
There are three Geiger Muller-based monitors for 14C, 32P, 33P and 35S. The GM1 is a general-purpose monitor, with a 28.5 mm (1.125 inches) tube detector, a 1.5-2.0 mg/cm2window thickness and a unique thin screen that protects the end window; the GM2 has a larger end window (45 mm / 1.75 inches) ideal for detecting soft beta emitters on hands, clothing, and benchtops; and the GM2-P has a pancake probe and a large diameter GM tube for monitoring surfaces.
Completing the Rad Monitor range is the sodium iodide crystal-based SD10, which has a high sensitivity scintillation probe for detecting 125I and 32P.
To help you decide, LabLogic has an 'at-a-glance' leaflet providing guidance on which of the monitors is suitable for detecting more than 30 common radionuclides.