Sensitive detection instruments are required to measure waste at the lowest subcategories of Exempt and Very Low Level Waste (VLLW).
These categories generally correspond to maximum specific activities of:
- Exempt: 0.4 Bq/g (10.8 pCi/g)
- VLLW: 4 Bq/g (108 pCi/g)
The ANTECH Model G3410-200 LRGS is a transportable Low Resolution Gamma Scanner for the characterisation and measurement of 200L drums of waste. It is capable of characterising waste as Low Level Waste (LLW), Exempt or suitable for ‘free release’.
Environmental Monitoring, Exempt waste & VLLW, Gamma, Gamma ray Waste Assay, LLW & greater than Class C waste, Mobile In-Situ Measurement Laboratories, Radiation Detection, Radioactive Waste Measurement, Radioactive Waste Measurement
The ANTECH excavator mounted bucket assay system (EMBASSY) model G3102-4216 is a system designed to measure the radioactive contents of an excavator bucket. It can be employed to detect, measure and segregate radionuclide contamination in soil, gravel and rubble.The contaminates may include naturally occurring radioactive materials (NORM) such as Ra-226 and activation and fission products […]
The ANTECH G3250-220 Wide Range Segmented Gamma Scanner (WR-SGS) builds on the segmented gamma scanning technique to measure the radionuclide content of waste drums.
The ANTECH N2240 Series are enhanced efficiency active-passive neutron counters for the measurement of plutonium and uranium in nuclear waste.
The ANTECH N2940-2552 Active-Passive Crate Counter is an enhanced efficiency active/passive neutron counter designed for the measurement of plutonium and uranium in nuclear wastes contained in a variety of crates and waste boxes.
The G3400-220 Low Level Waste Segregation and Sentencing System is designed to assist radioactive waste generators and assay specialists with the task of identifying, quantifying, and sorting radioactive wastes.
The N2920-2550 Passive Neutron Crate Counter is used for the determination of the Pu-240 mass in transuranic (TRU) waste transport containers.
The ANTECH G3301 Series Segregated Waste Clearance Monitor quantifies and segregates gamma-ray emitting radioactive waste. The system detects gamma radiation in lightweight and low density bags and boxes.
Low density low level waste (LLW) and very low level waste (VLLW) can be segregated and measured by the ANTECH model G3321-200-VLLW Segregated Waste Drum Monitor. The significant differential in the cost of disposing of LLW versus VLLW makes the G3321 a cost effective tool for waste assay where low density waste is generated in […]
The ANTECH Model G3280-220 Shielded Segmented Gamma Scanner (SSGS) is designed to measure low level radioactive waste arising from industrial, medical and nuclear power industries at very low detection levels.
This highly portable system consists of two wheel mounted sample trays that can inserted into a portable measurement (docking) station for the measurement of potentially contaminated soil.
The ANTECH Model G3107-1000 Soil Measuring and Segregation System measures and segregates soil with radiological contamination from uncontaminated soil.
The ANTECH G3810 Tomographic Gamma Scanner for cans and small objects combines the functions of plutonium isotopic ratio analysis and tomographic gamma scanning in a single automated instrument.
The G3850 Tomographic Gamma Scanner (TGS) uses transmission corrected, single photon emission computerised axial tomography to determine the spatial distribution and quantity of radionuclides in a drum or can.
The B3001-600 Universal Multi-Detector Counting System (UMDCS) is a self-contained electronic module designed to be used with various radioactive analysis systems employing both gamma ray and neutron detectors. It can accommodate pulse outputs from plastic scintillators, sodium iodide detectors or ³He neutron detectors.
The ANTECH G3700-600 Waste Segregation Gamma Container Scanner is a modular assay solution for the segregation of gamma ray emitting waste in large containers.
The ANTECH G3250-3850-320 Wide Range Segmented/Tomographic Gamma Scanner (WR-SGS/TGS) builds on the segmented gamma scanning technique to measure the radionuclide content of waste drums.