SATURN Ring dosimetry service provides extremity radiation monitoring for workers required to manually manipulate or work in close proximity to radioactive materials and radiation producing equipment. LANDAUER’s Ring measures exposure due to x-ray, beta, and gamma radiation using a Thermo Luminescent dosemeter (TLD).
|Front view||Color view||Control dosemeter
Size S/M: 5-7
With this design, the TLD is safely encapsulated underneath the ring cap which is ultrasonically welded to the polyethylene ring base. Under even the harshest working conditions, it’s difficult to remove the ring cap from the ring base, so the chain of custody between the chip and the wearer is always maintained.
The identification on the cap is laser engraved, preventing the print from smearing, peeling, or washing off. Rings can be worn in dry or wet working conditions. Smooth edges allow rings to slide and fit inside surgical gloves without risk of tearing. The dosemeter is to be worn with the sensor towards the irradiation source.
SATURN dosemeter measures radiation exposure due to Photons (X and Gamma) and Beta radiation. It is insensitive to neutron radiation.
|Energy range|| Photon (X or gamma) - from 20 keV to 1.2 MeV
Beta (mean energy) - from 200 keV to 800 keV
|Dose measurement Range
|Photon (X or gamma) - 0.1 mSv to 10 Sv
Beta - 0.1 mSv to 10 Sv
|Accreditation||NVLAP (LAB CODE 100518-0) accredited in dosimetry categories IB, IC, IIC, IID, IIIB, IIIC, IIID, and IVBB. Tested per standard ANSI N13.32 and IEC 62387-1 : 2012.
HSE and Ireland’s EPA approved dosimetry services.