In Situ tools for imaging and measurement of contaminated materials and areas, both in place as well as after removal from facilities undergoing decontamination and decommissioning operations.
The InSpector™ 2000 is a high performance, portable spectroscopy workstation based on Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology. Applications for the InSpector 2000 include all HPGe, NaI and Cd(Zn)Te detector applications common in environmental characterization; nuclear safeguards; decommissioning and decontamination; and in-facility monitoring.
The ISOCS (In Situ Object Counting System) Calibration Software brings a new level of capabilities to gamma sample assay by eliminating the need for traditional calibration sources during the efficiency calibration process.
This ISOCS (In Situ Object Counting System) Shield has been designed as the optimum in convenience and functionality for in situ gamma spectroscopy with a germanium detector.
Provides measurement/confirmation of uranium enrichment using the enrichment meter technique.
iPIX is a unique gamma imager that quickly locates and identifies low level radioactive sources from a distance while estimating the dose rate at the measurement point in real time.
The CSM-GR1 Continuous Spectroscopic Monitor is a very small, yet powerful, in situ measurement system based on standard and well-established Canberra gamma spectroscopy components.