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Particulate Monitors

PRODUCT LINE DESCRIPTION

Used to quantifiably detect beta and/or alpha and beta radiation around nuclear facilities, particulate monitors measure radioactive gas samples in a movable, mobile or fixed configuration, safety-related or not. Particulates are drawn from discharge stacks, reactor buildings, ventilation ducts or working areas using a pumping system and detected on filter paper.

  • Static or dynamic compensation of radon and thoron progenies
  • Gamma dose rate indication
  • Natural and artificial alpha volumetric activity indication
  • On-line spectrometry
  • Up to 6 months filter cassette autonomy
  • 1E qualification and embedded safety-related software
  • Available under 10 CFR 50 App.B, IEC61226 and ASME NQA-1 programs for safety related application

 

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Product Family Comparison

RangeQualificationDetectorExample of application
ABPM 201S Measurement:
α : 2.7 10-13 to 10-4 µCi/cc
10-2 to 3.7 106 Bq/m3
β : 2.7 10-11 to 10-4 µCi/cc
1 to 3.7 106 Bq/m3
1E QualifiedDual silicon detector Auxiliary building stack aerosol activity
Radwaste building exhaust activity
Extreme T°:
-5°C to 55°C
+23°F to +131°F
TID:
100 Gy
104 rad
ABPM 205L
ABPM 205M
Measurement:
α : 2.7 10-13 to 10-4 µCi/cc
10-2 to 3.7 106 Bq/m3
β : 2.7 10-11 to 10-4 µCi/cc
1 to 3.7 106 Bq/m3
Non 1E qualifiedDual silicon detector Auxiliary building stack aerosol activity
Radwaste building exhaust activity
Extreme T°:
-5°C to 55°C
+23°F to +131°F
PM 205SMeasurement:
β : 10-12 to 10-7 µCi/cc
3.7 10-2 to 3.7 103 Bq/m3
1E QualifiedPlastic scintillator Auxiliary building stack aerosol activity
Radwaste building exhaust activity
Health physics and hot machine shop exhaust
Extreme T°:
0°C to 60°C
+32°F to +140°F
TID:
100 Gy
104 rad
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