From Laboratory Systems
The RADLAB was developed specifically for (but not limited to) the metal industries to provide the highest degree of accuracy in measured samples for its specific radiological content.
- Radioisotope analysis and specific activity calculation
- Spectrum acquisition time is adjustable from two seconds to several days
- Quick scan feature
- Full network capabilities for system monitoring and servicing
- Large 6' (152mm) diameter well to accomodate different sample sizes
Detect and identify specific radioactive isotopes in same sample
The RADLAB spectrometer utilizes only highest quality Thallium doped Sodium Iodide crystal, combined with state-of-the-art electronics and software. The result is the ability to identify multiple isotopes and determine specific activity levels in the sample for an energy range from 40 keV to 3 MeV. Results are quickly displayed and a report is generated.
Simplified and Flexible
The RADLAB system uses a Windowstm based environment and the user based interface software utilizes a systematic approach to the step by step sequences when stabilizing the system, taking measurements and filling in data. There are no complex steps that are required to ensure the system is calibrated and taking measurements correctly. Connecting the RADLAB to the outside world is a TCP/IP connection and a serial port. All system functions can be accessed remotely via a network connection.
International Atomic Energy Agency (I.A.E.A.)
The I.A.E.A. has released a document specifying recommended release limits for solids including steel products. The RADLAB's design was focused on the I.A.E.A recommended release limits; the user interface software is extremely flexible allowing the user to configure the RADLAB to best suit the applications library requirements.