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Kromek launches its new generation RayMon detector with additional probes


The new generation RayMon has a built-in library of 94 radionuclides, to which custom nuclides can be added.
The new generation RayMon has a built-in library of 94 radionuclides, to which custom nuclides can be added.

Kromek, the designer and manufacturer of radiological and biological detectors, based at NETPark, Sedgefield, County Durham, has launched its new generation RayMon detector. This is a high-performance handheld spectrometer with a set of interchangeable probes: CZT, NaI and Alpha Beta. It is ideal for protecting critical national infrastructure such as nuclear power stations or military installations and for security screening, civil defence, homeland security or peace keeping/peace support operations. It is portable, easy to deploy and can undertake previously-lab-based spectral analysis directly in the field with speed and precision.

The new generation RayMon has a built-in library of 94 radionuclides, to which custom nuclides can be added. Key information such as dose rate and counts per second can be viewed on the Dose Screen in real-time. In Search Mode, the clear visual graphs indicate when count rate is increasing or decreasing, directing the user to the location of the source. All reports and data files on the RayMon can either be exported onto a USB or shared via email.

Enhancing the RayMon’s capabilities are three additional probes: a high resolution CZT probe, a high sensitivity NaI (sodium iodide) smart probe and an Alpha Beta smart probe.

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