Why the Hidex 300 SL liquid scintillation counter is ideal for radon in water testing
10 April 2019
Why you should choose the Hidex 300 SL liquid scintillation counter for Radon testing in water
Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology (MBMG) located on the Montana Tech Campus have chosen the Hidex 300 SL liquid scintillation counter (LSC) for its Radon in water (222Rn-H2O) testing.
The MBMG Analytical Laboratory conducts analytical method development and sample analyzes in support of research being done by MBMG programs.
The 300 SL's unique 3D topographical spectral separation of alphas from betas leads to accurate classification, eliminating the need for spill-up and spill-down corrections.
Advanced calculations such as background subtraction, half-life correction, and conversion to pCi/L are embedded in the 300SL's Windows 10-based software, thus streamlining your workflow.
See the MBMG's full data export here, including actual calculations, spectra's of background and sample, and zoomed in sample spectra.