Amplification, optimal filtering, analog-digital conversion of signal from semiconductor detectors of ionizing radiation, the accumulation of spectra and transfer to a PC.
Detection of Gamma-rays in nuclear energetics and environmental control, in industry and scientific research, in medicine and other applications.
BSI in close cooperation with CAEN is proud to offer a brand new Digital Multi Channel Analyzer HEXAGON
You are welcome to study our new model range of HPGe detectors with extended energy range and over-square shape Germanium crystals. Detectors provide ability to reach lower limit of energy range by having thin contact and different types of input windows like Beryllium or Carbon Fiber. Another notable advantage is improved resolution in lower part of energy range. For example, from 100 keV to 700 keV. More information is available by following the link HPGe detectors with extended energy range GCDX.
Baltic Scientific Instruments is proud to announce getting the Baltic Innovation Prize in Baltic Assemply Prizes for Literature, the Arts and Science.
Baltic Scientific Instruments have installed Gamma spectrometric system in Botswana in close cooperation with the IAEA. Now Botswana has environmental laboratory and we are there to support their activity. A small article about it, published by the IAEA: https://www.iaea.org/newscenter/news/gearing-up-to-uranium-mining-botswana-establishes-environmental-radioactivity-monitoring
Check out our latest version of Waste Assay Monitor HERCULES.
BSI is proud to announce installation of two Low-background Gamma Spectrometers based on HPGe detectors equipped with hybrid cooling system NICOLE in Research Center for Hama-Area Agricultural Revitalization, Japan.
Now you have possibility to get your HPGe detector with electrical cooling based on Stirling type cooler. We call it MONOLITH.
Saskaņā ar 2014. gada 10. jūnijā starp SIA “Baltic Scientific Instruments” un v/a „Latvijas Investīciju un Attīstības Aģentūra” noslēgto līgumu Nr.L-ĀTA-14-2177 par projekta....
Baltic Scientific Instruments (BSI) was established in 1994 on the basis of Riga Research and Development Institute for Radio-Isotope Apparatus (RNIIRP, est.1966), which belonged to Ministry for Atomic Energy.
The company Baltic Scientific Instruments specializes in the development and fabrication of the spectrometric devices based on semiconductor and scintillation detectors. Our products are applied in nuclear energetic and ecology, geology and mineral resource industry, medicine and research activities, customs control and other spheres.