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FH 40G Multi-Purpose Survey Meter


FH 40G Multi-Purpose Survey Meter

SANTA FE, NM (June 18, 2003) The FH 40G family of advanced digital survey meters is designed for multiple radiation protection measurements. This represents a versatile, user-friendly radiation measurement system, which can be stand-alone or networked. The FH 40G is rugged, lightweight, fits snugly in-hand, and is easy to operate with large keys that enable users wearing gloves.

The FH 40 G is a wide range survey meter, suitable for nearly all measurement tasks arising in
radiation protection:

 Classic survey meter for personal radiation protection
 Stationary gamma dose rate meter
 System center with external probes for monitoring and detection.
 Simultaneous and discriminative gamma and neutron
measurement in mixed radiation fields, for x-ray/gamma dose rate and beta contamination, for the highly sensitive proof of artificial gamma radiation even in variable natural radiation fields
 System component in complex measurement systems

A rich choice of external probes can be connected to FH 40 G with cable. Readings from both the internal and external detectors are measured simultaneously! Examples where this may be very useful include:

 Neutron and gamma measurement
 Alpha/beta contamination and dose rate
 Local dose rate and 20 m under water

Upon connection of an external probe, the probe parameters are automatically read into the FH 40 G and the correct parameters are set. Separate alarms can be set by the user for both the internal and external detectors. Cable length between the FH-40G and detector may be up to 50 meters.

Some of the quality products offered by the Environmental Instruments include:
Stack gas monitors
Particulate/aerosol monitors
Radiation monitors
Ambient air monitors
Portable and fixed gas detection instruments
Water quality testing devices

Thermo Electron Corporation is a world leader in high-tech instruments. The company helps life science, laboratory, and industrial customers advance scientific knowledge, enable drug discovery, improve manufacturing processes, and protect people and the environment with instruments, scientific equipment, and sample-in/knowledge-out solutions. With annual revenue exceeding $2 billion, Thermo is a global leader employing 11,000 people in 30 countries worldwide. The company headquarters is located in Waltham, Massachusetts. For more information on Thermo Electron Corporation, visit http://www.thermo.com.

Thermo Electron Corporation
Radiation Measurement & Protection
Contact: Stephanie Kubina
Phone: 510-429-7263
Email: stephanie.kubina@thermo.com
www.thermo.com/rmp


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