Model # RAD-ID-W
PURPOSE: The RAD-ID-W has 12 times greater area and 12 times greater sensitivity than the popular 2'' x 2'' NaI(Tl) portable Gamma Spec units. This allows detection of items that are not detectable or not resolvable by smaller devices.
Shipping Container with an unlikely MANIFEST or suspicious origin: Does it contain a shielded cache of Cesium, Uranium, Sr90 for a Dirty Bomb or Plutonium, or suitcase Nuke.
A Coast Guard cutter is cruising the harbor, stops to look at a suspicious boat, but does not have time to board and search. The RAD-ID-W saves time. In most cases, it can eliminate the need to conduct lengthy inspections and searches to find the presence of radioactivity.
An inspector doing his/her job approaches a vehicle, a shipping container, a package, a shed, which might contain radioactive material. Because of RAD-ID-W's high sensitivity an external scan is usually sufficient.
Rollable Suitcase RAD-ID-W
Rollable RAD-ID-W front view
Now if the inspector does not have the RAD-ID-W
Highly Sensitive optional Neutron Detector gives warning and confirmation that fissionable materials are present.
|Detector Unshielded:||Detector with Optional Shields Collimator:||PRS-5 Analyzer Readout:||Optional Cart:|
|Size:||7.5'' dia. x 12'' long (Gamma)
2.5'' dia. x 12'' long (Neutron)
|8'' dia x 15'' long||4'' x 5'' x 10''||36'' H x 15'' W x 17''D|
|Weight:||15 lbs. Gamma + 5 lbs. Neutron||20 lbs. (Optional)||6 lbs.||8 lbs.|
|PARAMETER||SCINTILLATION PROBE SPECIFICATIONS|
|Temperature Range:||-40 to +65 degrees C|
|Vibrations||5G RMS on 3 axis|
|Environmental||All Rugged detectors meet the IP54 spec.
On request provisions to meet IP 68 can be included.