Dosimeter - Radiometer - Contaminameter
HTDS offers a complete range of high-performance equipment to measure Alpha, Beta, Gamma and Tritium contamination. This vast choice allows us to meet all the applications and practices that our users may encounter. Thus, our radiation protection range includes: – Radiameter (X, Gamma, Alpha, Beta) – Dosimeter (Active, passive) – Contaminameter
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To ensure the security of workers in the nuclear industry or persons temporarily admitted in a sensitive area, workers use individual dosimetry equipments. These tools allow the measurement of doses absorbed by a person exposed to ionizing radiation. HTDS proposes two types of dosimeters : for active dosimetry (or operational) and for passive dosimetry (or regulatory). Active or operational dosimetry : Aiming to inform the worker in real time about the dose received during a work session. Thanks to an immediate readibility and to visual and sound alarms, it enables the implementation of the ALARA principle, offering workers a way to reduce their exposure. It comes in the form of an electronic case with screen (EPD MK2, EPD N2). The collected data are periodically transmitted to the IRSN central file. Passive dosimetry : This is the regulatory dosimeter carried by the worker during a monthly or quarterly period. At the end of each period the data are transmitted to the IRSN central file. The photographique used in the past , is now replaced with reusable and more efficient systems. The thermoluminescent dosimeter enables to measure all the type of ray met in the industry and the medical area (X,?,?, neutrons) and to characterize with accuracy Hp(10) et Hp regulatory dosimetric sizes.
Radiometer - Contaminameter
HTDS offers a wide range of radiometers and contaminameters. Radiometers are used to measure radiations in a given space, they are generally used to detect and quantify X, beta and gamma radiation at a site - equipped with an alarm system. It is protection and detection equipment. Unit of measure: μSv/h. Contaminameters measure radioactive contamination (X, Beta and Gamma) on a given surface or in a confined space; the contaminameter (in contrast to the radiometers) is generally provided with probes (surface probe and/or scintillation probe). More sensitive than radiometers as they can give measurements in becqueral/cm². Unit of measure: cps, μSv/h, Bq/cm². The product lines offered by HTDS are designed for intensive use in all types of environments (laboratories, industrial, mining, etc). They are mostly rated IP65 and ATEX.
Hand Foot Monitor
Available in alpha, beta or gamma, our hands-free monitors are designed for regular use, with reduced maintenance and increased reliability. Based on state-of-the-art technology, our hands-free monitors ensure fast and effective detection. With simple and intuitive use, our hands-free monitors improve the search for data needed for analytical studies.