RadComm’s RC7000 Hybrid Radiation Portal Monitors combine the features of a large volume PVT system, with highly sensitive crystal scintillators to enhance detection capabilities, provide isotope identification, improve detection of soft gamma energies (for isotopes such as Am-241 and Co-57), while identifying false-positive alarm conditions and providing superior NORM discrimination.
Designed to meet virtually any application, RC7000 Hybrid RPM panels are available in a variety of PVT and Crystal configurations and sizes. Existing PVT systems can also easily be upgraded to the RC7000 Hybrid/Mixed technology.
X-ray interferences are typically very low with regards to radiation intensity, however, they can easily trigger alarms on existing systems.
RadComm RC7000 RAID technology automatically monitors the surrounding area with a highly sensitivity x-ray detection trigger, which automatically adjusts applicable detection parameters.
The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) 2022 Convention and Exposition will take place March 21-24 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
ISRI is the largest event in the recycling industry. Showcased at ISRI 2022 will be RadComm’s RC7000 Hybrid & RAID Radiation Detection Systems.
Visit us at Booth 2335/37
Radioactive isotopes are used in hospitals for diagnostic and therapeutic applications, with over 20M nuclear medicine procedures performed annually in the US. These radioactive isotope treatments exit the body as liquid or solid excretions and are discharged into municipal waste and sewage systems, where they can then accumulate producing even higher exposure levels.
Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM), such as wastewater fracking and scale, dust and sludge from Oil & Gas equipment, also enter the waste and wastewater streams from industrial sources
It is imperative that wastewater treatment plants and environmental services, devise a preventative solution for handling waste materials contaminated with radioactivity.
RadComm RC7000 real time spectroscopic isotope identification technology allows waste processing facilities to identify and classify medical, TENORM and NORM isotopes according to their decay rates while, at the same time, alerting personnel as to when to notify regulators before releasing dangerous material into the waste stream.
The 2022 Water & Wastewater Equipment, Treatment & Transport Show (WWETT) will take place February 21-24, 2022 at the Indiana Convention Center.
WWETT is the world’s largest annual trade show for wastewater and environmental service professionals. The event offers an educational program, a full slate of live demos, an array of networking opportunities, and an exposition where buyers and sellers come together to learn about the latest product innovations and technology.
Visit us at Booth #1827 to learn about our Radiation Detection Systems for Wastewater Treatment Facilities.
Season’s Greetings and best wishes for a Merry Christmas, from all of us at RadComm Systems
Middle East Iron & Steel Conference and Exhibition is the largest annual meeting of the Iron and Steel industry in the Middle East and North Africa.
Visit us at Booth #17
December 6-8 2021 at the Grand Hyatt Dubai, UAE
We are excited to announce that R&W – Solutions and Services will be RadComm Systems exclusive representative/agent in Brazil.
The R&W team has extensive first-hand experience promoting, installing and servicing RadComm Radiation Detection Systems.
- Application & Technical Support: Ricardo Miquelof, phone +55 15 99730-0234, [email protected]
- Sales & Customer Service: Willer Silva, phone +55 15 99122-6191, [email protected]
RadComm Systems – Leaders in Radiation Detection Technology
Recycling Today November 2019 issue – Editorial feature, “Heed the Warning”, discusses how to properly address potential sources of radioactive scrap entering a scrap yard. Steve Steranka, CEO RadComm Systems Corp, was interviewed for the article and explains how false-positive alarms are a nightmare for processors.
Link to the full article: http://magazine.recyclingtoday.com/article/november-2019/scrap-yard-radiation-safety.aspx
RadComm’s RC4000 series vehicle portal systems are shown as an examples of a stationary monitoring system.
May 6, 2019 – Steve Steranka, CEO RadComm Systems Corp., presented a paper titled “An Early Warning System for Scrap Radioactivity” at The Iron & Steel Technology Conference and Exposition that was held in Pittsburgh, PA.
RadComm RMEWS minimizes the financial and environmental impacts of accidental radioactive source smelting by providing real time monitoring and automating of melt response plans.
Click here to download the white paper.