Radiation dosimetry solutions for whole body, extremity, neutron and environmental monitoring

Monitor exposure to ionizing radiation in any environment

Measure the radiation dose absorbed by individual TLD elements with Thermo Scientific radiation dosimetry solutions. Manual and automated dosimetry systems for whole body, extremity, neutron, and environmental monitoring are easy to operate, service, and maintain and quickly and effectively communicate critical dose information. From electronic personal radiation dosimeters to single systems that monitor cumulative exposure to dosimetry readers that work with any whole body or extremity dosimeter, we have you covered.

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Dosimetry and personal radiation monitoring categories

Get effective dose monitoring when and where you need it. We offer a variety of electronic personal radiation dosimeters, extremity dosimeters, and comprehensive dosimetry management systems to help military personnel monitor their exposure to ionizing radiation.

We offer a variety of versatile and flexible dosimetry readers suited for many applications and capacities. Our readers can work with both both loose material and mounted dosimeters, for dosimetry services and independent dosimetry labs.

Thermo Scientific TLD materials are suitable for health and medical physics, gamma, beta, neutron, environmental, and high-dose dosimetry applications, depending on material type.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Radiation Detection

Radiation can be found almost anywhere. Is it always a threat to public health and safety? How can it be monitored?  What tools do I need to detect it?  Are you trying to scare us?  Get the answers to these and other questions on our Frequently Asked Questions about Radiation Detectionpage.