[ RadSafe ] Any suggestions for a nuclear medicine wipe counter?

John Jacobus crispy_bird at yahoo.com
Sun May 20 19:39:42 CDT 2007

Try this. The Wipe Counter (Model 1051).  It uses a GM
detector system, and is easy to operate, i.e.,
pass/fail.  I think that the NRC approved its use many
years ago.  




--- garyi at trinityphysics.com wrote:

> I've been asked to recommend a wipe counter to a
> nuclear medicine lab.  Personally, I like a 
> simple scalar system with minimal computer bells and
> whistles.  I feel that many 
> technologists who have highly computerized systems
> don't know how to use them. Anyway, 
> does anyone have a setup suitable for nuclear
> medicine that you can steer me toward?
> Thanks in advance for any help,
> Gary Isenhower
> garyi at trinityphysics.com
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John Jacobus, MS
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