Radiogas Container Overview
These radiogas sample
containers that function both as a sample
container and an analysis container.
These containers and valves, with dual stopcock purge system will withstand at
least 10 (PSIG) pressure. The valves facilitate the collection of gas samples
permit the flushing, venting and containment of gases better than any other
available plastic valve. Quick-disconnect valves may also be utilized with the
These RADIOGAS CONTAINERS are available in 25 cc or 100 cc volume sizes. They
suitable for gamma spectrum analysis of radioactive gas samples containing
to-high levels of radioactivity; such as those found in nuclear power plant
tanks and containment atmospheres. These containers are also in a geometric
to allow higher level radioactive samples to be easily elevated from the
eliminating high dead-time problems due to very-high count rates.
Key features of the RADIOGAS CONTAINERS
1. LOW COST - RADIOGAS CONTAINERS are priced substantially
less than any other comparable product.
2. DISPOSABLE USE - Disposable Radiogas containers preclude the
necessity of counting backgrounds prior to analysis. This allows
for more efficient use computerized gamma spectroscopy
systems. The cost associated with decontaminating containers
for reuse is also eliminated and reduces the cost of utilizing these handy
containers in a disposable manner.
3. HIGH GEOMETRIC EFFICIENCIES - RADIOGAS CONTAINERS
have highly reproducible dimensions. The containers can be set
directly on the detector and easily aligned with the detector’s
central axis to achieve the greatest total efficiency possible.
4. HIGH-QUALITY, THIN-WALL MATERIALS - RADIOGAS CONTAINERS
are an integral unit made of high-quality, rigid, lightweight plastic
materials resistant to corrosive gas mediums. Thin-wall construction
provides greater detection sensitivities by minimizing the attenuation of
low-energy gamma rays such as the 81 Kev gamma line of Xe-133.