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Radiation Protection Vehicles
Radiation protection vehicles can have three uses: � Check point: They behave like mobile radioprotective porticos and allow to determine if a vehicle, persons hold radioactive sources. � Checking areas: By browsing a freight zone or parking; they scrutinize the radiations and make it possible to secure an area. � Mapping: Mapping a given area.
Radiation Protection Beacons
At your sites, monitoring of radioactivity is based, in particular, on monitoring stations equipped with real time control indicators for water and air quality and the level of radioactivity. These tags allow the detection, in real time, of an abnormal operation of an installation. � HTDS offers two types of radioprotection beacons. � Gamma Beacons, Neutron Beacons: � - Local dose measurement - Monitoring of dose rate (when shooting gammagraphic for example...) - Universal electronics for all probes � Beacons: Aerosols, Iodine, Gas, Tritium and water � - Mobile monitor with continuous filter - Alpha/Beta aerosol monitor - Monitor iodine, rare gas - Liquid or gaseous effluents - Tritium gas beacon