The Neutrak® detector is based on solid-state nuclear track detector technology. It comes in the form of a small piece of poly-allyl diglycol carbonate, commonly known as CR-39. This solidstate nuclear track detector measures exposure due to neutrons. It is not sensitive to x-ray, beta or gamma radiation.
Neutrak uses a CR-39 manufactured to our own high specification for excellent energy detection.
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Widht: 9 mm
Neutrak is made up of a CR-39 detector inserted in polyethylene radiator. This radiator is laser engraved for permanent identification. It is wrapped in a label with a 2-D bar code for identification and tracking.
Neutrak is sealed inside the Luxel+ dosimeter plastic blister pack in a one-piece design to include x-ray, gamma and beta radiation monitoring. It can be packaged specifically for neutron detection only.