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Radiation tech specialist to see half year revenues rise 45%

Kromek revenue up 45%

Radiation tech specialist Kromek said it expects to see half year revenues rise 45% after sealing a $1.3m deal for its wearable ‘dirty bomb’ detectors.

The Sedgefield-based business is behind the D3M personal radiation detector that helps guard against the threat of nuclear terrorism and the illicit movement of nuclear materials. The hands-free wearable device continuously scans for radiation and has a six-times lower false alarm rate than the standard of the American National Standards Institute.


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