[ RadSafe ] rad monitor calibration

Ted de Castro tdc at xrayted.com
Fri May 30 14:16:26 CDT 2014

I'd say the first stop would be to check the ANSI standard - Google 
"ansi n323a pdf" and you'll find lots of places to get it - apparently 
even free in ebook format - or even maybe the HPS web site.

On 5/30/2014 11:29 AM, JOHN.RICH at sargentlundy.com wrote:
> Can somebody point me to a good (readable) description of the rad monitor
> calibration process.
> What, I need is something that provides a description of how the process
> proceeds, as in:
> primary calibration => secondary calibration=> tertiary/transfer
> calibration
> Basically our group performs radiation (source) transport,  sensitivity
> and setpoint calculations, but we're just now being asked to answer
> questions related to calibration.  I expect that they can/should be
> referred back to the vendor, but still, we should have a reasonable
> understanding of what's being asked. (We've got a fair amount of "water
> cooler" information, but nothing truly complete.)
> Thx in advance  - - jmr
> John Rich
> Sargent & Lundy llc
> 312-269-3768
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