The ASHLG-1 is a lead filled fabricated Source Holder designed for use in level applications and is available in point or collimated versions.
This unit has been destructively tested to ensure the design exceeds the requirements of the "Code of Practice for the Safe use of Radiation Gauges."
Construction is of either Mild Steel or Stainless Steel
Lead filled with a single pour to ensure void free attenuation
Controlled expansion void
Nuclear Australia | Radiation Based Products & Engineering
Nuclear Australia supports industry throughout Australasia in all aspects of their radiation management requirements…
Key industries include research and technical laboratories, hospitals, water boards and manufacturing industries which include pulp & paper; cement; steel & aluminium; food & beverage; chemical; mining and plastics.
Radiation Management Plans are a requirement of the State Health Department or Environment Protection Agencies…
In the event that there is no formal plan in place to
cover any unforseen future situations such as fire, theft
or other catastrophes; it is too late after the event if no
one knows what their specific responsibilities entail.
Typical Radiation Management Plan Content…
* Personal Radiation Monitoring
* Radiation Monitoring Devices
* Repair and Maintenance
* Safety Checks
* Material Acquisition and Supply
* Radiation Incidents
* Reference Documentation
* Equipment History and Equipment Records
* Scope of Plan
* Hazard Assessment
* Definitions of Personnel
* Responsibilities of Company
* Responsibilities of the Radiation Safety Officer
* Responsibilities of Employees
* Access Control
* Safe Work Practices
* Radiation Transport Service
* Site Map - Equipment location