ECOTEST Detecting Units (Probes)

TERRA HANDHELD DETECTOR INSTRUMENT

HANHELD DETECTOR INSTRUMENT

These are common portable instruments choice for a general laboratory radioactive material survey.

PERSONNEL MONITORING INSTRUMENT

PERSONNEL EXPOSURE MONITORING INSTRUMENT

These instruments serve to measure radiation dose which is accumulated by a user.These highly refined and functional instrument can withstand significant temperature changes.

ISOTOPE IDENTIFICATION INSTRUMENT

Isotope identification instrument are designed to detect and localize radioactive and nuclear materials, as well as identify the types of radionuclides.

contamination and activity measurement instrument

CONTAMINATION AND ACTIVITY MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENT

These instrument are designed on the basis of MKS-U, which gained an excellent reputation under severe desert conditions during peacekeeping mission.

SURVEY MONITORS

SURVEY MONITORS

These instrument are compact search device with a telescopic tube for quick detection and localization of alpha, beta, gamma, and X-ray radiation sources.

AREA MONITORING INSTRUMENTS

Area Monitoring Instruments displays information about ambient dose equivalent rate of gamma radiation, real time and temperature.

DETECTING UNITS
(PROBES)

These instruments are designed to measure dose equivalent rate of gamma radiation. Used for mobile laboratories, as a part of data panels and automated radiation monitoring systems.

SOLUTION FOR SPECIAL PURPOSE VECHICLES

SOLUTION FOR SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES

These instruments are designed for installation in special-purpose vehicles, in particular in radiochemical reconnaissance units of civil defense, and armed forces.

PERSONAL SAFETY EQUIPMENT

PERSONAL SAFETY EQUIPMENT

Personal Safety Equipment are designed to help you to check the radiation safety of your home, place of work and leisure, car, household items e.t.c

BDBG-09 Intelligent Detecting Unit of Gamma Radiation

BDBG-09 for gamma radiation Detection

BDBG-09 is used both within data panels and automated systems of radiation monitoring to measure ambient dose equivalent rate of gamma radiation.

A standard version of the detecting unit is produced with a built-in Geiger-Muller counter. A modification based on the scintillation detector is also available. Upon customer request the BDBG-09 housing can be made of duralumin or stainless steel.

A special version of the detecting unit with waterproof housing has been developed for use in waterbodies and artificial reservoirs.

BDBG-09 detecting unit has been successfully used for many years at nuclear power plants in Ukraine, France, Bulgaria and Korea.

Area of Use

  • Measurement of ambient dose equivalent rate (DER) of gamma radiation.

  • Data exchange between the detecting unit and the data display system through RS-485 interface.

  • Constant self-testing.

  • Indication of the statistical measurement error.

  • Ingress protection rating – ІР67.

  • Average service life of the detecting unit – not less than 10 years.

Measurement range of gamma radiation DER and main relative error0.04 µSv/h…10 Sv/h;(0.04 µSv/h…100 Sv/h on demand)
±(15+2/H*(10))%, where H*(10) is a numeric value of measured DER equivalent to µSv/h
Energy range of registered gamma and X-ray radiation and energy dependenceMeV0.05…3.0; (0.05…1.25; ±25%)
Integration timeseconds2…420
Setup time of operating mode of the detecting unitmin3
Operating supply voltage of the detecting unit from external power supplyV7 … 13
Maximum current consumption of the detecting unitmA30
Operating temperature range°С-40…+60
Weight of the detecting unit without fastening elementskg0.5
Dimensions of the detecting unit without fastening elementsmm170x60x60

BDBG-09 Intelligent Water-Resistant Detecting Unit of Gamma Radiation

BDBG-09 Water Resistant

BDBG-09 is used as a part of automated systems of radiation monitoring to measure ambient dose equivalent rate of gamma radiation in waterbodies and artificial reservoirs.

The detecting unit is produced in hermetic stainless steel housing with IP68 ingress protection rating. Maximum depth of immersion – 20 m.  When immersed in water the detecting unit withstands water temperature from +3 °С to +60 °С.

A standard version of BDBG-09 is produced with a built-in Geiger-Muller counter. A modification based on the scintillation detector is also available.

Area of Use

  • Measurement of ambient dose equivalent rate (DER) of gamma radiation. BDBG-09 can be used as a part of the computer-aided systems for radiation monitoring of DER measurement in water bodies and artificial reservoirs.

  • Gamma detecting unit based on the Geiger-Muller counter.

  • Hermetically sealed stainless steel housing.

  • Data exchange between the detecting unit and the data display system through RS-485 interface.

  • Constant self-testing.

  • Indication of the statistical measurement error.

  • Ingress protection rating – ІР68.

  • When immersed in water, the detecting unit is resistant to exposure of: water temperature from +3 to +60 °С; maximum depth of immersion in water – 20 m.

  • The detecting unit is resistant to sinusoidal vibrations according to regulatory documents.

Measurement range of gamma radiation DER0.04 µSv/h – 10 Sv/h
Main relative permissible error limit of gamma radiation DER measurement when calibrated to 137Cs with 0.95 confidence probability±(15+2/H*(10))%, where H*(10) is a numeric value of measured DER equivalent to µSv/h
Energy range of registered gamma radiation0.05 … 3.00 MeV(0.05…1.25; ±25%)
Anisotropy of the detecting unit at gamma quanta incidence at angles of +60о to – 60о vertically and horizontally to the main direction of measurement marked by “+” symbol is not more for:  
– 137Cs and 60Со isotopes25%
– 241Am isotope60%
Operating supply voltage range of the detecting unit from external stabilized power supplyV7 … 13,5
Current consumption of the detecting unit for overall range of gamma radiation DER to be measuredmA30
Setup time of operating mode and measurement time of the detecting unit, not more thanmin3
Operating temperature range°C-40 (+3 in water) … +60
Maximum depth of immersion of the detecting unitm20
Dimensions of the detecting unit:  
– hermetically sealed housing;mm49×57.5×310
– length of the connecting cable, not more thanm25*
Weight of the detecting unit (with the connecting cable), not more thankg5

BDBG-09S Detecting Unit of Gamma Radiation

BDBG-09S Detecting Unit of Gamma Radiation

Designed to measure dose equivalent rate of gamma radiation. Used for mobile laboratories, as a part of data panels and automated radiation monitoring systems.

It is produced using a high sensitive scintillator CsI (Tl) with silicon photomultiplier and a Geiger-Muller counter. If the customer chooses so, BDBG-09S can be made of duralumin or stainless steel. A special version of BDBG-09SV detecting unit with a waterproof housing IP68 has been developed for use in waters basins or artificial reservoirs.

BDBG-09S detecting unit can be used as a part of systems instead of BDBG-09 detecting unit for measurement of dose equivalent rate of gamma radiation and temperature without software change.

Area of Use

  • Measurement of ambient dose equivalent rate (DER) of gamma radiation

Detection Types

  • Scintillation CsI (Tl) detector with a photomultiplier for measurements in the range within 0.01 μSv/h to 50 μSv/h (spectrum-dose function)

  • Energy-compensated Geiger-Muller counter for measurements in the range within 50 μSv/h to 1.0 Sv/h

  • High sensitive scintillator CsI (Tl) with silicon photomultiplier and Geiger-Muller counter have been used.

  • Data exchange between the detecting unit and the data display system through RS-485 interface.

  • Availability of amplitude spectrum (1024 channels).

  • Constant self-testing.

  • Availability of the statistical accuracy of measurement.

  • Ingress protection rating IP67.

  • Average service life of the detecting unit – not less than 10 years.

Measurement range of gamma radiation DER and main relative error0.01 μSv/h … 1 Sv/h
±(15+1/H*(10))%,where H*(10) is a numeric value of measured DER equivalent to μSv/h
Gamma radiation sensitivity (137Cs), not less thancps/(µSv/h)≥ 200
Energy range of registered gamma and X-ray radiation and energy dependenceMeV0.05 … 3.0;
(0.05 … 1.25; ±25 %)
Integration timeseconds5 … 40
Setup time of operating mode of the detecting unit, not more thanmin1
Operating supply voltage range of the detecting unit from external stabilized power supplyV7 … 32
Current consumption of the detecting unit for overall range of gamma radiation DER to be measured30
Operating temperature range°С-30 … +50
Relative humidityup to 100 % given +40 °С and lower temperatures with humidity condensation
Weightkg0.6
Dimensionsmm170 × 60 × 60

BDBG-15S Detecting Unit of Gamma Radiation

Detecting Unit of Gamma Radiation BDBG-15S

BDBG-15S is designed to measure ambient dose equivalent rate of gamma radiation in a wide range of values. Suitable for unmanned aerial vehicles, mobile robotic devices, and automated systems of radiation monitoring.

The distinctive features of this unit are high sensitivity with minimal weight and dimension parameters, high mechanical resistance, and lack of microphone effect. The ingress protection rating of the unit is IP65. The measurement range can be extended up to 5.0 Sv/h at the customer’s request.

BDBG-15S is available in three modifications: BDBG-15S-09, BDBG-15S-23, and BDBG-15S-90, which differ in size and sensitivity of scintillation detector.

Area of Use

  • Intelligent detecting units for measurement of ambient dose equivalent rate (DER) of gamma radiation in a wide range of values.

  • High sensitivity regardless of minimum weight and dimensions.

  • Ability to extend a measurement range up to 5.0 Sv/h (on request).

  • Availability of amplitude spectrum (1024 channels).

  • Ingress protection rating – ІР65.

  • High mechanical immunity.

  • No microphonics.

Detection Types

  • Scintillation CsI (Tl) detector with a photomultiplier for measurements in the 0.01 μSv/h to 50 μSv/h range (spectrum-dose function):

    – 9 cmfor BDBG-15S-09

    – 23 cm3 for BDBG-15S-23

    – 90 cm3 for BDBG-15S-90

  • Energy-compensated Geiger-Muller counter for measurements in the 50 μSv/h to 1.0 Sv/h range.

Measurement range of gamma radiation DERfrom 0.01 μSv/h to 1.0 Sv/h
Main relative error in measurements – not more than15%.
Energy rangefrom 50 keV to 3.0 MeV
Energy dependence – not more than±25%
Sensitivity for 137Сs at 1.0 μSv/h, not less than
  • – 200 cps for BDBG-15S-09
  • – 480 cps for BDBG-15S-23
  • – 1500 cps for BDBG-15S-90
Operating temperature rangefrom -30 to +50 оС
Supply voltagefrom 7 to 32 V
Current consumption – not more than30 mA
Digital interfaceRS-485 or UART(RX, TX-3.3V), selected by the customer
Weight, not more than
  • – 0.25 kg for BDBG-15S-09
  • – 0.42 kg for BDBG-15S-23
    • – 0.76 kg for BDBG-15S-90
Dimensions
  • – 57×103×28.5 mm for BDBG-15S-09
  • – 70×140×37 mm for BDBG-15S-23
    • – 80×140×50 mm for BDBG-15S-90
Time to set the operating mode1 min
Time of integration5-40 s

BDPA-07 Detecting Unit of Alpha Radiation

BDPA-07 detecting unit of alpha radiation is used both as a part of the MKS-07 POSHUK search dosimeter radiometer and within automated systems of radiation monitoring of ECOTEST trademark developed by our company. BDPA-07 alpha radiation detector is supplied to the customers after metrological testing.

Detecting unit is intended for search for alpha radiation sources and measurement of surface alpha-particles flux density.

Attach BDPA-07 alpha radiation detector to the telescopic tube and this will help you find alpha radiation sources promptly when inspecting large objects. Counters in corona discharge mode are used in BDPA-07.

The unit can easily operate in wide temperate range – from minus 25 up to plus 55 degrees Celsius. Weight of the detecting unit is 0,65 kg.

Area of Use 

  • Search for alpha radiation sources and measurement of surface alpha-particles flux density.
  • Supplied after metrological testing
  • Wide energy range
  • Wide operating temperature range
Measurement range of surface alpha-particles flux density1/(cm2×min)1 – 105
Main relative permissible error limit of surface alpha-particles flux density measurement when calibrated for 239Pu with 0.95 confidence probability%15+10/А,where A is a numeric value of measured surface alpha flux density
Energy range of registered alpha radiationMeV4.0 – 8.0
Detectorcounters in corona     discharge mode
Mica thicknessµm10 – 11
Alpha-particles detection efficiency%24 – 32
Window areacm221
Operating temperature range°С-25…+55
Maximum gamma radiation exposure dose rate that does not introduce additional error in measurement of surface alpha-particles flux densitymR/h10.0
Additional permissible error limit of measurement, caused by ambient temperature change from -25 to +55 °C measurement%5 per each 10 °C deviation from 20 °C
Dimensions of the detecting unit *mmø104×50
Weight of the detecting unit *kg0.65
* without the telescopic tube holder of 0.036 kg weight

BDPN-07 Detecting Unit of Neutron Radiation

BDPN-07 Detecting Unit of Neutron Radiation

BDPN-07 detecting unit is designed to search for neutron radiation sources, measure DER of neutron radiation, and measure thermal and fast neutrons flux density.

It is used both as a part of the MKS-07 POSHUK search dosimeter-radiometer and within automated systems of radiation monitoring.

Area of Use

  • Search for neutron radiation sources, measurement of DER of neutron radiation, and measurement of thermal and fast neutrons flux density.

  • Supplied after metrological testing
  • Measures thermal and fast neutrons flux density
  • Wide operating temperature range
Measurement range of DER of neutron radiationµSv/h0.1 – 10·104
Measurement range of thermal neutron flux densityN/(cm2×min)10 – 105
Measurement range of fast neutron flux densityN/(cm2×min)50 – 105
Main relative permissible error limit of thermal and fast neutron flux density measurement when calibrated for Pu-Be with 0.95 confidence probability%20+200/N, where N is a numeric value of measured neutron flux density
Registered neutron energy rangeeV0.025 – 14·106
Neutron radiation sensitivity of:-fast neutrons

-thermal neutrons

(pulse×cm2)/(neutron)4.5
13.0
Maximum gamma radiation exposure dose rate that does not introduce additional error in measurement of neutrons flux densitymR/h10.0
Operating temperature range°С-25…+55
Additional permissible error limit of measurement, caused by ambient temperature change from -25 to +55 °C%5 per each 10 °C deviation from 20 °C
Dimensions of the detecting unit with the main moderatormmø76×195
Dimensions of the detecting unit with the protective capmmø76×175
Dimensions of the additional moderatormm215×295×270
Weight of the detecting unit with the main moderatorkg0.8
Weight of the detecting unit with the protective cap *kg0.55
Weight of the additional moderator *kg8.0

 

* without the telescopic tube clamp of 0.125 kg weight
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