Radiation monitors have free source calibration certificates
23 July 2009
LabLogic Systems is making a money-saving offer on its Rad Monitor™ radiation contamination monitors - free source calibration certificates for customers buying three or more before the end of September.
Worth at least £165, the multi-buy offer coincides with a convenient improvement in specification; the exterior casing of every monitor now has a smoother plastic coating that is easier to clean in the event of contamination.
The Rad Monitor™ range offers three Geiger Muller-based monitors for detection of 14C, 32P, 33P and 35S and a scintillation probe for detection of Gamma emitters such as 125I and 99Te.
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); GM2-P has a pancake probe and a large diameter GM tube for monitoring surfaces; and the SD10, for Gamma emitters is sodium iodide crystal-based for greater detection sensitivity.