Wilma set to take the stage at LSC 2017 in Copenhagen

25 April 2017

LabLogic will be exhibiting at LSC 2017 in Copenhagen from the 1st to 5th May 2017.

LSC 2017, an international conference on Advances in Liquid Scintillation Spectrometry, will be the latest in a series of conferences dedicated to the subject of Liquid Scintillation Counting (LSC). This will be the 23rd edition of the LSC conference series - the first was held in 1957 - and it continues to provide a forum for specialists and users to discuss the latest developments in the instrumentation and methodology, as well as applications of all aspects of LSC. Indeed, delegates from many areas of research and industry will be attending this event to share their experiences with fellow practitioners.

LabLogic will be exhibiting Wilma at the event. A fully automated, on-line water monitoring system for the detection of radioactivity, Wilma utilises a novel approach to streamline the time consuming process of sample, preparation and analysis traditionally required for detecting alpha and beta contamination in water via liquid scintillation counting.

Designed, developed and built by the LabLogic Group, Wilma is ideal for simplifying a range of applications which require routine sampling, including: ground water contamination monitoring, monitoring tritium levels in cooling water and, quasi real-time monitoring of drinking water. It can also be fully customised to suit any application by integrating additional sensors and measurement systems to handle complex sampling and preparation routines, and be linked to various external monitoring and alarm networks.

For further information about Wilma and its applications please visit stand E5 at the event.

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