We are constantly advancing CBRNE and bomb detection technology to protect against the threat of radiation and radioactive material with real-time detection and immediate results. From mobile detection devices to mobile and portal detection monitors, we have a solution for any scenario. Rely on us for:
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Thermo Scientific RadEye Spectroscopic Radiation Detectors are ideal for contamination monitoring in radiation controlled areas, contamination check points, and waste and material shipping surveys.
Scott Masiella, Global Safety & Security Market Manager, Radiation Measurement and Security Instruments, Thermo Fisher Scientifc, discusses this topic in Police One magazine.
American Security Today Guest Editorial by Scott Masiella, Global Safety & Security Market Manager, Radiation Measurement and Security Instruments, Thermo Fisher Scientifc.
Scott Masiella, Global Safety & Security Market Manager, Radiation Measurement and Security Instruments, talks to Homeland Security Today about radiological risks at hospitals and medical facilities.
Configurable services to help you optimize the performance of your radiation equipment. Select from a wide variety of service products to maximize the productivity of your assets while managing the high cost of unplanned maintenance and repair.
The natural background rejection (NBR) measurement method has been developed by Thermo Fisher Scientific for extremely fast discrimination between natural and artificial gamma radiation and is deployed on all Thermo Scientific™ radiation monitors. Using an instrument with NBR allows you to keep your alarm threshold extremely low without the need to worry about false alarms from non-threatening sources.
Radiation can be found almost anywhere. Is it always a threat to public health and safety? How can it be monitored? What tools do I need to detect it? Are you trying to scare us? Get the answers to these and other questions on our Frequently Asked Questions about Radiation Detectionpage.