Environmental Radiation Monitoring Systems - Bertin Instruments

    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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    Bertin Instruments offers a broad range of products and turnkey solutions for all tasks related to the monitoring of environmental radiation.

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    Based on the in-depth expertise of the Saphymo brand, products and instruments have been developed and optimized to provide customers with the finest state-of-the-art instrumentation. Saphymo has more than 3,500 units in operation covering over 300 sites worldwide. Our teams continuously optimize existing product lines and adapt to new markets requirements. Most features are optionally available for life-time autonomous operation.

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    Meet our experts on Health Physics & environment monitoring during the annual meeting of EURADOS I 27-30 January I Florence, Italy

    08 Jan 2020

    Our team is back at EURADOS, the annual meeting organized by the European Radiation Dosimetry Group to be held from January 27thto 30th...


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    Environmental Radiation Monitoring Systems

    Bertin Instruments offers a broad range of sensors and turnkey network solutions for all tasks related to the monitoring of radiation in the environment including gamma dose rate measurement, spectroscopic analysis and air monitoring. Probes and stations have been developed and optimized thanks to Saphymo’s expertise to provide customers with state-of-the-art instrumentation for ring monitoring around nuclear facilities, area monitoring, nationwide early warning systems and mobile & quick deployment solutions.

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