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RADOS Thermoluminescence Dosimetry system covers a wide range of applications:
RADOS TLD System includes all the components needed for easy and accurate Personal Dosimetry. Easy adaption of high sensitive TL-materials and low noise photon counting measurement method makes the RADOS system extremely suitable for environmental dosimetry.
Ingenious dosimeter card construction and high measurement range bring the advantages of an automatic reader to clinical dosimetry applications.
The RADOS badge design allows the exchange of filter materials, filter thickness and TL materials. This is both to satisfy the needs of different applications and also to offer the possibility of applying new TL-materials easy.
The standard TLD dosimeter card consists of a coded slide placed in a slide holder, with or without filters, and carried inside the dosimeter cover. The slide has four positions for the detectors (pellets, chips or rods). The detectors are not attached to the slide positions and any required number of
positions up to four can be used. This makes it possible to handle the elements separately (e.g. extremity or clinical dosimetry).
OVERVIEW • Measurement of Hp(10) and Hp(0.07) over the wide energy range (X-ray, photon, beta) • Smart badge design allows the exchange of filter materials, filter thickness and TL- materials. • Suitable for pellets, chips and rods • Barcode or hole code identification • Available in 6 different colors • Automatic processing with MIRION RE2000 TLD reader KEY FEATURES Labs and Education Industrial and Healthcare Manufacturing Homeland Security & Defense Nuclear Power The Mirion TLD dosimeter is a compact whole body dosimeter designed to measure deep dose and skin dose over the entire energy range. APPLICATIONS: • Any occupational worker with potential exposure to gamma, X-ray, beta and/or neutron radiation. • Workers in nuclear power plants, research laboratories, hospitals, universities and industrial applications