HEALVITA-BITT Technology is specialised in providing radiation early warning networks, gamma dose rate and alpha-, beta-, gamma- aerosol activity at the environment with more than 1500 units instaled and operational during the last 35 years in the following countries: Austira, China, Russia (the city of Moscow), Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, France, Greece, Hungary, Kuwait, Malaysia, Morocco, Slovakia, Slovenia and the Netherlands.
The gammameter is designed for measuring radioactivity of the gamma radiation. It is calibrated in “ambient dose equivalent” units [H*(10)] and itsmeasuring range comprises 9 decades (from 10 nSv/h up to 10 Sv/h). This wide measuring range permits detecting minor changes in the ambient natural radioactivity as well as measuring high dosage rates. It can be provided with proportional counter or NaI detectors with spectrum and istope identification.
Gamma Spectrometry System
Gamma Spectrometry System is a continuous measurement system for spectroscopy in air from very low gamma contamination. The device performs a spectroscopic analysis of the measurement to identify the radionuclides detected. Gamma Spectrometry System is used for radiation monitoring when a standard gamma dose rate monitor is not efficient enough and when it is necessary to qualify the nature of the gamma radiation.
Aerosol Monitoring System
The AMS is designed for measuring of radioactive aerosols, especially artificial nuclides. The AMS 02 includes the experience of more than 30 years. Among other things, the most important features are the reliable function also under difficult conditions, as well as the possibility of a maintenance-free operating over months. The aerosol measuring system applies two consecutive static filters, the first one for aerosol particles and a second planar filter for molecular iodine. The presence of non-natural radioactivity on either of the filters is detected by means of alpha-, beta- and/or gamma-counting. If a warning or alarm signal is generated, a third consecutive sampling and measuring unit is connected, as the air leaving the molecular iodine filter enters an appropriate canister filled with a specific absorber in order to separate organic iodine species which would escape the first two sampling devices. Activity of this unit, configured in Marinelli geometry, is measured by gamma counting. The static filter equipment is served by a manipulator from a stock of 500 filters.
Radiation Detection Mobile Laboratory
SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition)
SCADA is a software package for an early radiation monitoring control center. The abbreviation “SCADA” (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) explains its features briefly in summary very well. SCADA acquires data from measuring stations and provides visualization as well as the control of the stations is possible.
Data can be acquired from any measuring station. These mainly are: WEBDL (Data Logger for gamma probe), autonomous solar station, “Aerosol Measuring Station” (AMS), as well as the new developed “Electrostatic Universal Radiation Monitor” (EURM). For information about these products please have a look at the specific product folders.