SBM-2D smart probe

SBM-2D smart probe

For use with Canberra MIP10 Digital

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The STS SBM-2D consists of a simulated Canberra probe housing STS electronics and cable connector so that it will operate with a real Canberra MIP10 Digital or Analogue meter. This probe detects the gas given off by the STS simulant, which has been applied to the surface to be monitored. This “radiation” may be detected by passing the probe close to and slowly over the surface, as would be done with a real probe when used by a skilled operator. Too fast, or too far away results in no detection – excellent training!

The SBM-2D uniquely houses 2 detectors which enables quicker and more accurate detection of the simulated contaminant.  The probe runs directly from the MIP10's own power supply and like a real probe turns itself on when the instrument is switched on.

Cross contamination can easily be demonstrated to Nuclear industry trainees, as can decontamination – both benefits of using a “real” contamination, even if not radioactive.
The contamination lasts at room temperature for 1-2 hours but totally evaporates within 24hrs leaving the training area ready for the next exercise.

The STS SBM-2D is in use particularly in power stations & nuclear fuel processors.

STS manufacture a wide range of simulators for many manufacturers products. We are happy to consider your specific requirements.

 

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