[ RadSafe ] Barium ES Pellet Make and Model?

Olsson Mattias :MSO mso at forsmark.vattenfall.se
Thu Aug 9 06:41:30 CDT 2012


The Tri-Carb counters have looked similar for as long as I can remember (early 90s) and chances are that they still use the same manufacturer now as they did back then. We have a Tri-Carb 2900 TR bought in 2007 with an internally mounted source (called "external" in relation to the sample chamber) from North American Scientific. I will mail you the tech spec sheet privately. This one had 18.8 uCi originally.

All the best,

Mattias Olsson
Forsmark NPP, Sweden

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Ladies and Gentlemen

Does anyone have, perchance, the make and model of the Ba-133 external standards used in Packard Tri-Carb1900CA (A1900) liquid scintillation counters of vintage 1989?  They are originally nominal 20 uCi, with a maximum of 30 uCi (I think).  Knowing that might make our lives easier.


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