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Neutron detector
positiontime-of-flightgas

neutron detector
neutron detector
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neutron, position, time-of-flight, gas

Description

GE Energy now offers 3He-based neutron proportional counters specifically designed for use in homeland security radiation portal monitors. These accurate and reliable detectors are backed by the extensive application support that you expect from Reuter Stokes instrumentation, and at a price point that makes them practical for use in a wide variety of portal types. Since 1956, GE Energy has been an industry leader in providing instrumentation and sensors for harsh environments. With more than 10,000 solutions installed around the world, the Reuter Stokes products are among the most proven and most widely accepted for radiation monitoring. Rugged and Reliable for Radiation Monitoring PortalsRadiation portal monitors operate in harsh environments. It is essential that these monitors maintain a very tight level of detection performance across broad temperature ranges, shock and vibration levels. GE has designed this series of detectors specifically for use in such challenging environments. The 3He-based detectors for radiation portal monitors are 2-inch diameter detectors and are available in standard lengths from 2 feet to 6 feet (active length) with an HN connector (MHV and SHV optional). Additional diameters, lengths and connector configurations are available on request . Reduced False AlarmsThe performance of a neutron detector is measured in sensitivity, both in detecting the presence of radioactive materials, as well as in not generating false alarms.

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