Radiation Monitor HS-RAM has 8 large-area plastic scintillation detectors distributed over walls, ﬂoor and ceiling, creating 8 sensitive areas (1 foot, 2 legs, 4 torso and 1 head) that work autonomously and independently, allowing simultaneous measurements with different levels of alarm.
Its management is fully automated. The equipment has sensors that detect when a person enters the portal, interrupting the background reading and automatically initiating a thorough examination of the person.
While it is not being used, the equipment is continuously updating the background level information in order to compensate the values obtained when a real measurement is performed.
It has screens, lights and acoustic indicators that warn the user of the presence of radioactive particles in case of contamination, or of signifcant variations in the fund’s activity rate where it is located.
It is made of aluminum and steel painted for an easy cleaning and decontamination.
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