beta radiation detector News

  • New beta contamination probe from Southern Scientific

    Southern Scientific has introduced a new beta contamination probe to add to an already comprehensive range of probes for the Radhound, our general purpose digital radiation monitor. The SS440 is a scintillation probe designed to be an equivalent to the NE BP4/4C. It uses a 1.5mm thick and 57mm diameter scintillator, with an active area of 19.6cm2. The EJ-212 (anthracene replacement plastic) ...

  • US Nuclear Corp announces aerial radiation detection

    US Nuclear Corp is proud to announce the Aerial Radiation Detection instruments of the DroneRAD system.  In this time of multiple threats to our security: dirty bombs; cyber crime; shooters in public places; homemade bombs; misinformation; etc. we feel extremely vulnerable; perhaps more vulnerable than ever before.  With the advent of Drone technology now ...


    By Technical Associates

  • Berkeley Nucleonics Releases the Model 970 Portable MCA (Multi-Channel Analyzer) to Address Nuclear Science Research Needs

    Berkeley Nucleonics Corporation (BNC), a leading equipment manufacturer in California, released the Model 970 Portable MCA at the IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium on October 31, 2012. The Model 970 pMCA is a versatile instrument with capabilities that surpass the industry in benctop nuclear ...

  • LabLogic Systems acquires Southern Scientific

    Radiochromatography and nuclear medicine specialist LabLogic Systems has announced the acquisition of West Sussex based Southern Scientific, which manufactures and supplies radiation measurement, detection and analytical systems for the nuclear industry, hospitals and research "The key factor that links us with Southern Scientific is radioactivity," said LabLogic managing director Richard ...

  • How Particle Accelerators Work

    Whether it’s medical or scientific research, consumer product development or national security, particle accelerators touch nearly every part of our daily lives. Since the early days of the cathode ray tube in the 1890s, particle accelerators have made important contributions to scientific and technological innovation. Today, there are more than 30,000 particle accelerators in operation ...


    By US Department of Energy

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