[ RadSafe ] RE: gamma calibration source

ROY HERREN royherren2005 at yahoo.com
Wed Oct 5 17:13:28 CDT 2005

   After a cursory check it seems that TechOps is currently owned by AEA Technoloy plc.,  http://www.aeat.com  A good US contact may be found at:

AEA Technology Engineering Services, Inc
1100 Jardwin Avenue Suite 350 #202
WA 99352
Telephone:+1 509 946 5854Facsimile:+1 509 946 5956Email:kklute at aeatech.comContact:
Katie Klute

I would recommend that you contact this company about the possiblitity of a trade in for your old irradiator.
Roy Herren
alstonchris at netscape.net wrote:

It might be cheaper to send it to someone like J.L.Shepherd and Associates, and ask them to replace the source. On the other hand, if you wanted to step up to a portable calibrator with some real output (the Model 773's are limited to a nominal initial loading of 165 mCi, I think), say, 300-3000 mCi, maybe JL or Isotope Products Labs would give you trade-in value towards a new one. Please let us know what you decide, and why.


P.S. Ask for Mary, at Shepherd.

Roger Thuma wrote:
>Our TechOps gamma calibrator (for survey meters) is getting quite old 
>and we are looking to buy a replacement.  If anyone has recently 
>purchased one and is willing to share info, we need vendors and 
>approximate costs so we can work up a proposal.

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