radiation survey meter

radiation survey meter

[‚rād·ē′ā·shən ′sər‚vā ‚mēd·ər]
(nucleonics)
Portable device to measure the intensity of nuclear radiation in a given region, in such applications as health physics (atomic radiation safety) or supervision of radioactively hot areas.
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The police were provided two-portable radiation survey meter, a 10-digital dosimeter and go-no-go radiation survey instruments.
Fluke Electronics' 481 Radiation Survey Meter is a simple, easily deployable hand-held radiation detector that enables facility managers to quickly check for contamination any where it can go--receiving docks, warehouses, vehicles, packages or people.
External radioactive contamination can be assessed with readily available radiation survey meters. Internal contamination by strong gamma emitters can be detected by whole body counters, radiation meters, or bioassays.