Radiation threat detection and monitoring instruments for military

Protect survey teams with specialized radiation monitoring

Quickly locate orphaned sources and radiation contamination using rugged radiation threat detection equipment designed to meet the demands of the military and first responders. Military and civil defense personnel may be exposed to radiation threats from depleted uranium in artillery, nuclear power on ships and submarines during service. In situations where combined primary and secondary screening is required or ideal, radiation monitoring instruments and equipment can provide protection while also enabling users to search for WMDs during their mission.

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Categories for military: Finding radiation threats

Quickly distinguish between naturally occurring radioactive material (NORM) and radiation from man-made sources such as nuclear weapons, improvised nuclear devices (INDs), or radiological dispersal devices (RDDs). We offer a variety of portable radiation detectors and instruments for continuous monitoring and immediate alert to a variety of radiation types.

Quickly and reliably screen for possible radiation contamination, including orphaned, unknown, and hidden radioactive threats. With our contamination monitors, you can safeguard personnel and ensure a secure work environment in military and civil defense outfits.


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Handheld instruments and radiation monitoring equipment for military and first responders

Video: Radiation threats in the United States

Radiation sources can be found at thousands of different locations throughout the United States. Do you know where they are?

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Frequently Asked Questions about Radiation Detection

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 Detection page.