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Radiation Monitors - To learn more about radiation detection, view frequently asked questions,
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  • Alpha, Beta, Gamma, X ray
  • Audible and visual alarms
  • Digital output
  • High Sensistivity
  • 1.75 inch GM tube
  • Software
  • The Frisker
  • Radiation detector for First Responders
  • At the ready wrist strap
  • Alpha, Beta, Gamma
  • Audible and visual alarms
  • Digital display
  • High Sensistivity
  • 1.75 inch GM tube
Geiger Counter
One Sievert is equivalent to 100 Rem; 
one microsievert (0.000001 Sv) = 0.0001 Rem = 0.1 mR

Radiation Terms
(US NRC glossary)
URSA II Universal Radiation Spectrum Analyzer
  • Fully editable standard libraries include all 497 isotopes listed in "Kocher's Radioactive Decay Tables."
  • Multi-channel scaling mode, peak search and identify, quantification based on ROIs or peaks search.
  • Dual-channel emulator allows use with gas proportional or phoswich detectors as a "gross alpha/beta" counter-scaler.
  • Sophisticated multiple alarm functions are based on the overall count rate, individual ROIs, exceeding a specific rate or an increase in rate over a specific time interval. Alarms can trigger external devices.
monitor 200 radiation detector
  • Monitor 4 & 4EC
  • Analog Display
  • Alpha, Beta, Gamma, X-ray
  • Audible and visual alarms
  • General Survey
  • 0.36 inch GM tube
  • optional Sievert scale
  • EC compensated, version for 40KV X-rays
  • Monitor 200
  • Digital
  • 0.360" diameter tube
  • Digital Display
  • Alpha, Beta, Gamma, X-ray
  • CPM CVS μSv/
  • Audible and visual alarms
  • USB
  • Software
  • Radiation Area Monitor
  • GM or Scintillation Detectors
  • Local or remote detectors
  • Networked
  • Touch screen display for display and set up
  • User settable alarms
The Mini Rad-V Vehicle Mounted Radiation Protection -->
Recognizing elevated radiation levels and detecting radioactive materials has never been easier. The ultra sensitive Mini Rad-V vehicle mounted radiation detector takes performance to new levels for first responders and those concerned with discovering unwanted radioactive materials.
The HD30 is an instrument for the spectral analysis of light in the visible and UV range. The instrument consists of a data logger and a series of measurement sensors. The HD30 calculates the photometric parameters. The spectral range depends on the sensor being used. The sensor probes are interchangeable and each one contains its own calibration data with the probe.
  • UV 220 - 400 nm
  • Visible 380 - 780 nm
  • Illuminance (lux)
  • Corrolated Color Temperature CCT (K)
  • Trichromatic Coordinated
  • CRI Color Rendering Index
  • PAR
  • Check level and quality of light

Pyranometer second class LPPYRA08

  • Measures sum of direct and diffuse solar irradiance.
  • Response time less than 8 seconds
  • Direct mV output do not need to be powered
  • Calibrated and certified with reference to WWR
  • Suitable for adverse climatic conditions
  • Field installation
  • According to ISO9060


Luxmeter -luminance, illuminance irradiance, UVA UVB UVC PAR

The HD2102.1 and HD2102.2 are portable instruments with a large LCD display. They measure illumination , luminance, PAR and irradiance (across VIS-NIR, UVA, UVB and UVC spectral regions or in the measurement of effective irradiance according to the UV action curve). The intelligent probes are fitted with an automatic detection module which carries the probes calibration information.

UviMeter Radiometer • Silicon photo-electric cell for a direct measurement of UV radiation. No need for conversion into visible light.
• Interference filter to select the appropriate UV band and to eliminate all other unwanted radiation.
• Non-sensitive to infrared.
• No electronic components in the sensor to avoid any possible temperature disparity
• Quartz disc protection on cell filter
• Carbon shielded cable (1 meter)
• Microprocessor-controlled
• Designed for operating at 254nm, 302nm or 365nm
• Independent sensor (purchased separately) for each wavelength
The Sentry - Personal Alarming Dosimeter and Rate Meter

The Sentry is a Personal Alarming Dosimeter / Ratemeter designed to ensure the safety of personnel that work in occupations with potential x-ray or gamma exposure.

Laboratory Radiation Safety
Laboratory Beta and Gamma Shields various sizes, fixed and variable angle, acrylica and lead acrylic for beta and gamma protection - moreRadiation safety shields
Isotope Waste Bins
Various sizes with mathing draw string bags, acrylic and lead acrylic for beta and gamma waste - more:

Lab safety waste bins
Pipette Tip disposal Storage Boxes
Available for Beta or Gamma radiation protection, these boxes have a hinged lid Models are available for single or multi-tip disposal. more Various sizes with hinged lids for beta or gamma protection. With range of inserts for storing and transporting standard tubes and vials. more
Safety cabinet UV Sterilization Cabinet
These cabinets are constructed of either 10 mm clear acrylic (for Beta ) or 12 mm lead acrylic (for Gamma ). They are designed to provide protection from the radioactive compounds used in the detection of proteins and radioimmunoassay. more radiation safety cabinet
The UV sterilisation cabinet has been designed to efficiently decontaminate reagents and equipment prior to carring out PCR reactions. The powerful UV lamps denature nucleic acids in 5 to 10 minutes making them unsuitable for amplification.
Pipette Shields  
These specifically designed pipette shields fit snugly on the pipette shaft. This protects the hand during the dispensing sequence and enables the user to dispense safelyinto small and narrow neck containers. Two types of shields are manufactured whichfit either Gilson or Biohit pipettes.