Radiological & nuclear monitoring - Bertin Instruments

    Radiological & nuclear monitoring

    Bertin Instruments provides a range of reliable and high-performance products fully adapted to the fight against CBRN terrorism and covers any emergency situation, particularly in border control situations.

    Nuclear and radiological risks are a daily threat, and fighting terrorism has become an absolute priority for homeland and border security.

    Alert and detection mechanisms are fundamental to current protection policies: we must be capable of preventing the illegal traffic of radioactive sources through border controls and measuring gamma radiation in the environment if a malicious act is committed. Thanks to Saphymo’s expertise, Bertin Instruments meets specific homeland security and emergency preparedness requirements. Its dosimeters and survey meters for preventive and response purposes enable first responders to assess radiological incident characteristics. Pedestrian and vehicle access control portal monitors are adapted to border security.

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    for Radiological & nuclear monitoring

    Réseaux de surveillance radiologique de l’environnement

    Solutions de surveillance environnementale et d’alerte rapide liées à la mesure de la radioactivité et des produits chimiques dans l’air, le sol et l’eau.

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    Radiation portal monitors

    Radiation portal monitors are specifically designed for the detection of very low radioactive contamination and orphan sources at high traffic flow gates for vehicles, cargo, containers and pedestrians.

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    Environmental Radiation Monitoring Systems

    Environmental radiation surveillance and early warning solutions related to the measurement of radioactivity and chemicals in air, soil and water.

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