Radiation Protection Professionals

Radiation protection managers (RPMs) are responsible for the safety of radiation workers at nuclear facilities. Dealing with routine dose assessments, remediation and assay of contamination events, or updating dose correction factors can all be tough and time consuming.

Below you will find a selection of Detec products and services which you may find useful.



Need Help Complying with ANI Bulletin 11-02 Regarding Neutron Correction Factors?

Detec's Nested Neutron Spectrometer can be used to determine Neutron Correction Factors for neutron rem-meters and personal dosimeters. Our neutron spectrometer is a light weight, field portable tool ideally suited to the determination of correction factors at your facility. Follow the link to see if the Nested Neutron Spectrometer is right for you. GO

Looking to Update Survey Instrument Correction Factors?

Many instances call for an update to survey instrument correction factors. Has your facility recently upgrade old or installed new equipment? Altered any of the shielding or containment around your reactor or source? The links below will lead you to Detec products and service which may assist you with updating your correction factors.

  • The Nested Neutron Spectrometer developed by Detec specifically to bring the power of neutron spectroscopy to the workplace. GO

  • The highly trained radiation protection staff at Detec can assist in the conducting of site surveys. We can add additional manpower to your staff, be a source of information and offer advice on appropriate equipment, or conduct the surveys on your behalf. GO


Having  Issues With Dose Assessments, Remediation, and Assays?

Dealing with contamination events can lead to length and time consuming dose assessment calculations. These events can place pressure on radiation protection staff by adding work to their already busy schedules. Detec has developed a number of quick yet accurate tools to help in these situations. Follow the links below to learn more about Detec's dose assessment solutions

  • The Hot Particle Dosimetry System (HPDS) is a self contained user friendly instrument for the determination of skin dose due to hot particle contamination. This time saving device is fully automated and can be used for a wide range of contamination scenarios. GO

  • The need to do length calculations to determine the dose and activity from a multiple radionuclides present in a source of contamination is error prone and time consuming. The Activity Calculator software from Detec replaces this need with a easy to use GUI and library of over 1200 radionuclides. GO