Sales and Calibration of Survey Meters

$419.00 for meter
$85.00 to calibrate

The most cost effective meter for Nuclear Gauge owners...

Monitor 4: Halogen-quenched uncompensated GM tube with thin mica window 1.5-2.0 mg/cm2 thick.

Monitor 4 Energy Sensitivity:
Detects alpha down to 2.5 MeV; typical detection efficiency at 3.6 MeV is greater than 80%.
Detects beta at 50 keV with typical 35% detection efficiency.
Detects beta at 150 keV with 75% typical detection efficiency.
Detects gamma and x-rays down to 10 keV typical through the window, 40 keV minimum through the sidewall of the detector.

Gamma Sensitivity:
1000 CPM/mR/hr Normal background is approximately 10-20 CPM.


Leak Test Kits

$14.00 if customer collects sample
$18.00 if NETS collects sample

Radioactive material licenses typically require users to leak test sealed sources at least once every six months.
To assist users in meeting this requirement, NETS provides a leak test kit and analysis service. The leak test
kit contains all of the materials necessary for users to perform leak tests on devices containing sealed
sources. Following the leak test instructions, the user will collect a leak test sample. The sample is then
returned to NETS for analysis. Samples are analyzed and a leak test certificate showing the results of
the analysis is mailed to the user (or faxed upon request). About one month before the next leak test is due,
NETS will automatically mail you a reminder.


TLD Dosimetry Badges

$14.00 per person, per badge
(Badges are Quarterly Wear periods)


Fully Automated Precision Response
Thermoluminescent dosimeters (TLDs) offer the versatility to be used in all radiation environments by providing precise response to a variety of radiation types. Thermoluminescent dosimeters also offer the advantage of long wear periods due to their resistance to environmental factors such as heat and humidity. The TLD 760 badge utilizes four lithium fluoride thermoluminescent elements. This combination responds accurately to neutron, as well as, beta, gamma and X-ray radiation. The TLD 760 allows for accurate reporting of deep, lens of eye and shallow doses, and has a thin mylar window for detection and measurement of low energy beta radiation.