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Monitoring of radioactive activity and its impact on the environment

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Applications for Radioactivity

Integrated turnkey solutions for both dose equivalent rate measurement, spectroscopic analysis and nuclide determination, in point measurement and continuous monitoring systems.

Applications in the field of radioactivity are focused on reliably monitoring radiation levels of natural and artificial origin in order to generate alerts and detect possible threats to public safety.

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Environmental Monitoring Networks

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Nuclear power plants

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Ports and Coasts

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Residues

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Customs

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Investigation

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Mines

  • Gamma ambient equivalent dose rate (H*(10)) monitoring system.Mod.MIRA
  • Spectroscopic online monitoring of gamma radiation and nuclide analysis.Mod.SARA
  • Mobile espectroscopic online monitoring of gamma radiation and nuclide analysis.Mod. MONA
  • Water spectroscopic online monitoring of gamma radiation and nuclide analysis. Mod.SARA
  • Monitoring center software.Mod NMC
Infografía de uso de las instrumentaciones
1 Gamma ambient equivalent dose rate (H*(10)) monitoring system.
(H*(10)).Mod MIRA
2 Spectroscopic online monitoring of gamma radiation and nuclide analysis. Mod.SARA
3 Mobile espectroscopic online monitoring of gamma radiation and nuclide analysis.Mod MONA
4 Water spectroscopic online monitoring of gamma radiation and nuclide analysis. Mod.SARA
5 Monitoring center software.Mod NMC
1 Gamma ambient equivalent dose rate (H*(10)) monitoring system.
(H*(10)).Mod MIRA
1 Gamma ambient equivalent dose rate (H*(10)) monitoring system.
(H*(10)).Mod MIRA
1 Gamma ambient equivalent dose rate (H*(10)) monitoring system.
(H*(10)).Mod MIRA
1 Gamma ambient equivalent dose rate (H*(10)) monitoring system.
(H*(10)).Mod MIRA
2 Spectroscopic online monitoring of gamma radiation and nuclide analysis.Mod.SARA
2 Spectroscopic online monitoring of gamma radiation and nuclide analysis.Mod.SARA
2 Spectroscopic online monitoring of gamma radiation and nuclide analysis.Mod.SARA
2 Spectroscopic online monitoring of gamma radiation and nuclide analysis.Mod.SARA

Parameters

Campo de estudio Parámetro Medio Instrumento
Atmósfera Tasa de dosis gamma equivalente ambiental H*(10) Aire MIRA/SARA /MONA
  Espectroscopia radiación gamma Aire SARA/MONA
  Tasa de dosis equivalente ambiental H*(10) y Espectroscopia radiación gamma Aerosoles SIRA
  Tasa de dosis neutrones H*(10) Aire NIKA/MONA
Medio acuático Tasa de dosis equivalente ambiental H*(10) y Espectroscopia radiación gamma Agua SARA Water

Benefits of Radioactivity

Professional instrumentation offers benefits for radioactivity professionals, which are evidenced, among others, in:

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  • Increased data reliability
  • Ease of border controls
  • National security
  • Knowledge of radioactivity

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  • Measurement uncertainty
  • Data loss
  • Authorities' response times

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