Transuranic waste (TRU) is waste with a specific alpha activity greater than 100 nCi/g (3,700 Bq/g). ANTECH offers a range of assay instruments and technologies for segregating and characterising this type of waste.
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 Universal Neutron Counter N2000 has been designed to provide a state of the art neutron counting capability for nuclear safeguards, waste assay and accounting measurements for special nuclear materials.
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 ANTECH B2308 Combined Isotopic and Plutonium Scrap Multiplicity Counter for cans quickly and accurately determines the plutonium content of Special Nuclear Materials (SNM), scrap and residues.
The ANTECH N1081 De-Randomising Mixer Buffer provides useful test and diagnostic information for multi-counting chain neutron detectors by determining independent software readable neutron totals counting for each input counting chain and statistical data analysis for each counting channel.
The N2024-220 Decommissioning Piece Monitor is a transportable efficient neutron assay instrument for the monitoring of intermediate level Plutonium Contaminated Material (PCM) waste arising from decommissioning operations.
The ANTECH N1003 Series Neutron Time Correlation Analyser (TCA) is a comprehensive multiplicity counter for the passive neutron analysis of plutonium.
The N2920-2550 Passive Neutron Crate Counter is used for the determination of the Pu-240 mass in transuranic (TRU) waste transport containers.
Environmental Monitoring, Gamma, Gamma ray Waste Assay, Homeland Security, ILW & high activity waste, LLW & greater than Class C waste, Plutonium & Uranium waste, Radiation Detection, Remote handled waste, Special Measurement Applications, TRU waste & ILW
RadSearch is a device for measuring and quantifying radiation in the environment. It is particularly applicable to decommissioning and nuclear cleanup activities.
The N2072 Passive Neutron Decommissioning Piece Monitor is a high efficiency passive neutron counter designed for the measurement of plutonium contaminated size reduced pieces arising from the decommissioning of nuclear plant and equipment.
The ANTECH Model G3200-340 Segmented Gamma ray Scanner (SGS) provides a non-destructive method of measuring the radionuclide content of waste, typically of Low Level Waste (LLW).
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.
The CHF610-0020 Small Sample Pre-heater is a portable desktop instrument designed to preheat two small cylindrical canisters containing samples of a Plutonium Containing Material (PCM) to a temperature similar to that of the thermal block control temperature of a CHF610-0020 Transportable Small Sample Calorimeter.
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 ANTECH Model G3652 Tray Assay System is a High-resolution Gamma Assay System specially developed for Magnox Berkeley Licensed Site for the measurement of fissile material to be stored both in product packages and waste containers such as Yellow Box®, MOSAIK and TRU-Shields.
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.