Mirion offers high, medium and low-resolution detector systems, signal processing electronics, and gamma spectroscopy software for the qualification and quantification of gamma emitting nuclides. These solutions are used by radiological counting labs in nuclear facilities, as well as by off-site environmental counting labs.
The 767 is a full-size and full-featured lead shield for use with germanium detectors having a vertical orientation.
Gamma Analyst is a dedicated turnkey instrument which maximizes instrument utilization and produces high quality results. The automatic sample changer facilitates maximum sample throughput with the added flexibility to handle multiple sample geometries in any combination in a single sample batch.
The Model 747 CANBERRA Lead Shield is intended for use with Germanium detectors.
The 777 is an ultra lowbackground lead shield for germanium gamma-ray detectors.
The Model 737 Lead Shield is designed to accommodate U-style cryostats which have a vertical detector chamber located at the end of a horizontal arm extending from the side of the Dewar.
Model NAIS-2x2 Sodium Iodide Scintillation Detector is a high-efficiency scintillation detector featuring a 2 x 2 in.
The SIGMA family is based on a CsI scintillator crystal coupled to a 'state-ofthe-art' SiPM (Silicon Photomultiplier) detector, high voltage, electronics and integrated MCA.
Genie 2000 Basic Spectroscopy Software is a comprehensive environment for data acquisition, display and analysis of gamma and alpha spectrometry data.
Model NAIS-3x3 Sodium Iodide Scintillation Detector is a high-efficiency scintillation detector featuring a 3 x 3 in.
The NAID is a NaI detector specially designed for use in the measurement of uranium enrichment, and is used by the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, Austria, and other safeguards related organizations.
Passivated Implanted Planar Silicon (PIPS) Detector is a product of modern semiconductor technology. In most applications, this detector replaces silicon surface barrier (SSB) detectors and diffused junction (DJ) detectors.
The TN-15 high sensitivity thermal neutron detector utilizes a state-of-the-art Silicon photosensor (SiPM) and offers world-leading specification in a compact form.
Model LABR-1.5x1.5 Lanthanum Bromide Scintillation Detector is a mediumresolution scintillation detector featuring a 1.5 x 1.5 in.
Model CEBRS-1.5x1.5 Cerium Bromide Scintillation Detector is a high-efficiency scintillation detector featuring a 1.5x1.5 in.
Model CEBRS-2x2 Cerium Bromide Scintillation Detector is a highefficiency scintillation detector featuring a 2 x 2 in.
Model NAIS-3x5x16 Sodium Iodide Scintillation Detector is a high-efficiency scintillation detector featuring a 3x5x16 in.
Model 7419 Shield/Collimator
The conventional coaxial germanium detector is often referred to as Pure Ge, HPGe, Intrinsic Ge, or Hyperpure Ge. Regardless of the superlative used, the detector is basically a cylinder of germanium with an n-type contact on the outer surface, and a p-type contact on the surface of an axial well.
The CANBERRA Broad Energy Ge (BEGe) Detector covers the energy range of 3 keV to 3 MeV like no other.
The reverse-electrode detector (REGe) is similar in geometry to other coaxial germanium detectors with one important difference.
The CANBERRA XtRa is a coaxial germanium detector having a unique thin-window contact on the front surface which extends the useful energy range down to 3 keV.
This application note introduces the new SAGe™ Well Detector1 and describes its benefits for several radiochemistry laboratory counting applications.
The High-Purity Germanium (HPGe) Well Detector provides maximum efficiency for small samples because the sample is virtually surrounded by active detector material.
The CANBERRA Ultra-LEGe detector extends the performance range of Ge detectors down to a few hundred electron volts, providing resolution and peak-to-background ratios once thought to be unattainable with semiconductor detectors.
The Low Energy Germanium Detector (LEGe) is in all aspects optimized for performance at low and moderate energies and has specific advantages over conventional planar or coaxial detectors.
The ACT-LC Ge Detector was designed specifically for the detection of internally deposited actinides, particularly uranium, plutonium and americium.
The broad-band x-ray flux from synchrotron radiation sources has revitalized the relatively old experimental technique known as x-ray absorption spectrometry.
The Genie 2000 Gamma Analysis Software package includes a set of advanced analysis algorithms for further processing of gamma spectra acquired via the Genie 2000 Basic Spectroscopy Software.
The Genie 2000 Alpha Analysis software provides the alpha spectroscopist with a set of advanced spectrum analysis algorithms.
The FoodScreen Radiological Food Screening System is a complete, transportable food analyzer for quickly determining whether raw or processed food has become contaminated from a radiological event.
The Genie 2000 Interactive Peak Fit Option provides the spectroscopist with a tool to review the results of automatic peak search programs and make adjustments in those results as necessary. This capability is particularly useful where complex spectra are encountered.
The liquid nitrogen cryostat is the most important and least appreciated component in assuring reliable long term performance of a germanium detector system.
Genie 2000 Quality Assurance Software offers comprehensive capabilities to monitor the performance of the spectroscopy system.
U-Style cryostats have a vertically-oriented detector chamber located at the end of a horizontal arm extending from the side of the Dewar or cooler.
Retractable cryostats provide a means of moving the detector element in relation to the sample with both under vacuum.
Genie-FieldPro software provides a powerful user interface for streamlined and simplified gamma spectroscopy sample counting.
Slimline cryostats are designed so that the detector and electronics both fit in a cylindrical housing without any protruding flanges, valves, and preamplifier enclosures.
Combining the detector characterization produced with the MCNP modeling code, mathematical geometry templates, and a few physical sample parameters, the LabSOCS Calibration Software gives you the ability to produce accurate quantitative gamma assays of most any sample type and size.
Custom low-background detectors for low level gamma spectroscopy.
For applications requiring both portability and flexibility of use, the MAC (multi-attitude cryostat) is the answer.
These detectors are built to exhibit superior performance, reliability and long-term stability. Our extensive product line provides direct (or near equivalents) for industry-standard detectors, including all versions of pancake detectors and frisker probes.
The term "low background" is used fairly indiscriminately in describing gamma analysis systems. The one common denominator for such systems is some form of shielding, but beyond this, anything goes.
Apex-Gamma integrates the gamma counting system with the complete operation of the laboratory – replacing what are typically manual and off-line processes with built-in, tightly integrated seamless functionality.
The Cryo-Cycle II is described as a “hybrid” cryostat because it combines the advantages of electric cooling with the reliability of liquid nitrogen.
The Cryo-Pulse 5 Plus is an electrically powered cryostat for use with HPGe radiation detectors.
ProSpect® is an intuitive, but extremely versatile, software package for the acquisition and low complexity analysis of gamma spectroscopy data. Simplicity of use allows ProSpect to be operated with minimal training by a broad range of users.
The Multiport II is a double width NIM intended for use where existing amplifier and HVPS modules are to be combined with a high analog performance, low-cost ADC/MCA. It provides greater flexibility than traditional bus plug-in boards but at a comparable cost.
Designed for both laboratory and field use, this unit contains a preamplifier, shaping amplifier, baseline restorer, HV supply and MCA.
The Lab CPG detector offers a large volume CZT detector in a coplanar grid (CPG) electrode configuration.
Designed for both laboratory and field use, this one compact unit contains a high-voltage power supply (HVPS), preamplifier and a full-featured digital MCA.
The Lynx® is the most advanced, full-featured Multichannel Analyzer ever offered.
The DSA-LX offers cost effective, no-compromise DSP-quality spectroscopy in a very compact package. It is operated through Genie 2000 spectroscopy software which provides the user with ultimate flexibility.
CosmicGuard is a simple add-on to any new or existing High Purity Germanium (HPGe) counting system that includes a Lynx Digital Signal Analyzer and Genie 2000 or Apex-Gamma spectroscopy software.
The Intelligent Preamplifier (iPA) for High-Purity Germanium (HPGe) Detectors is a low-noise, high-speed resistive feedback preamplifier designed for high resolution gamma spectroscopy and timing measurements.
The Model 802 Scintillation Detector is a hermetically sealed assembly which includes a high resolution NaI(Tl) crystal, a photomultiplier tube, an internal magnetic/ light shield, an aluminum housing, and a 14-pin connector.
Silicon Lithium X-Ray Detectors are the heart of solid state x-ray spectroscopy systems. These detectors, which are p-i-n devices formed by lithium compensation or drifting of p-type silicon, are the result of some of the most carefully controlled manufacturing processes in existence.
Lithium drifted Silicon detectors to address the need for better detection efficiency for high energy charged particles.
Germanium detectors are semiconductor diodes having a p-i-n structure in which the intrinsic (i) region is sensitive to ionizing radiation, particularly x rays and gamma rays.
The Model 727 Universal Shield accommodates NaI(Tl) detectors up to 3 in. x 3 in. in size providing two inches of lead shielding around the detector.