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Berkeley Nucleonics (BNC) delivers portable radiation detection equipment and isotope identification instrumentation for the security sector and the emergency services. It also supplies expertise in isotope identification for all industries including medical and fire fighting services. To complement its range of products, Berkeley Nucleonics can also supply appropriate training courses for operators.
Read more Berkeley Nucleonics news below:
Isotope Identification Tool Available For Emergency Services
24 January, 2011
SAM 940 is now available from Berkeley Nucleonics enabling emergency services personnel to make fast and accurate identification of isotopes in nuclear incidents
Remote radiation monitoring and identification
11 March, 2009
Berkeley Nucleonics' areaSAM enables remote area monitoring for a number of applications including waste management and landfill facilities
Radiation detection for New York building protection system
24 November, 2008
Isotope identification and radiation detection points from Berkeley Nucleonics to be used in distributed building protection system for detection presence of radiological devices
High sensitivity instrument for identifying nuclear material
14 November, 2008
Berkeley Nucleonics SAM 940 instrument incorporates background elimination algorithm for enhanced sensitivity in locating and identifying radioactive materials
Silicon Drift Detector for X-Ray detection systems
07 October, 2008
Sahara III detector offers high count rates with rapid cool down periods for X-Ray detection applications
BNC offers choice of radiation detection technologies
11 June, 2008
With three different detector technologies available, Berkeley Nucleonics provide radiation detectors for a wide range of applications
Low level radiation detector
15 May, 2008
Very small levels of radiation can now be detected and identified using the SAM 940 from Berkeley Nucleonics
Radiation detection and monitoring on display in Oakland.
25 January, 2008
Berkeley Nucleonics to attend Oakland conference on Health Physics, displaying Geiger counters, pagers and moving vehicle identifiers.
Conference sees release of new radiation isotope identifier.
13 November, 2007
Berkeley Nucleonics chooses homeland security conference to unveil nuclear detection instrument with high resolution.
Command centre for networked radiation detection.
13 November, 2007
Berkeley Nucleonics develops server based command centre for the control of radiation detection instruments in response to greater demands for homeland security requirements.