HandFoot-Fibre XL/Med

Hand and Foot Clothing Monitor
Manufactured by: The Health Physics Divison
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HandFoot-Fibre XL/Med

Hand and Foot Clothing Monitor
Manufactured by: The Health Physics Division
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Minimizes the impact of background radiation with eight measurment channels.

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Features

  • Outstanding detector sensitivity and homogeneity 
  • Economic and robust operation and maintenance 
  • 100 % gas-free 
  • Very short measurement time 
  • Easy and intuitive usage 
  • Touch screen and audio interface 
  • Detachable probe for monitoring of cloths etc. 
  • Wheels for easy transport 
  • Alpha discrimination (optional) 

Description

The HandFoot-Fibre monitors are used for contamination screening of hands, feet and clothes for alpha, beta and gamma radiation in circumstances which do not require a full body monitor. The monitors are also well-suited for mobile contamination screening.

Available in three monitor versions:

  • HandFoot-Fibre™ XL with BetaFibre™ detectors for the use in all nuclear environments
  • HandFoot-Fibre™ A+ with discrimination of alpha and beta radiation for the use in all nuclear environments
  • HandFoot-Fibre™ MED which features a particularly high sensitivity for nuclides used in medical applications

The monitor's eight detectors are based on the state-of-the-art Mirion fibre detector technology and are connected to a single advanced photomultiplier box resulting in an outstanding measurement sensitivity and uniformity - for a fast and reliable measurement process even in conditions with high and fluctuating background.

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