Articles & Whitepapers
Degradation rate of sodium fluoroacetate in three New Zealand soils
The degradation rate of sodium fluoroacetate (SFA) was assessed in a laboratory microcosm study incorporating three NZ soil types under different temperature (5, 10 or 20 °C) and soil moisture (35% or 60% water holding capacity) conditions using OECD Guideline 307. A combination of non‐labelled and radio‐labelled 14C‐SFA was added to soil microcosms, with sampling and analysis protocols for ...
Light and Effective Radiation Sensors: A Comprehensive Overview
Radiation sensors play a crucial role in many applications, from medical imaging and environmental monitoring to nuclear power plant safety and space exploration. These sensors detect and measure the ...
Sometimes, size does matter!
Recently, a more extensive and more performing radiation detector array, consisting of 128 Arktis scintillator detectors (S-FPG), was going into its trial phase. This was developed in close collaboration with our partner Smiths Detection (under the ...
Arktis mentioned at SORMA
Radiation Detection Materials Markets 2013
Berkeley Nucleonics Releases the Model 970 Portable MCA (Multi-Channel Analyzer) to Address Nuclear Science Research Needs
PerkinElmer and Leading Japan Universities Announce Results of Collaboration to Detect Contamination from Nuclear Crisis
Equipment & Solutions
Portable Activity Meters
The PAM-100 and PAM-170 series meters are portable hand-held user-friendly and ergonomically designed instruments intended for measuring surface contamination of alpha, beta and gamma emitting radionuclides (depending on the detectors used). Smart gasless scintillation detectors with an active area of 100 cm^2 or 170 cm^2 are used. A dual phosphor detectors with two channel electronics for alpha ...