EZ Gauge Tool Set, Complete with Case

Tool kit includes: rod guide/scraper plate, drill pin, four-pound hammer, pin extraction tool and zippered accessory case.

EZ Gauge Tool Set, Complete with Case— HS-200112

Accessories / Replacement Parts

Drill Rod— HS-200130

Scraper Plate/Rod Guide— HS-200127

4 lb Double-Faced Hammer— HS-000176

Leak Test Kit

Each leak test kit contains all of the materials necessary for users to perform a leak test on sealed source devices. These test kits include analysis service from Humboldt. Humboldt Scientific, Inc. provides leak test kits and analysis services for both portable and fixed nuclear gauges in accordance with Wipe Test Procedures. Humboldt is licensed by the North Carolina Division of Radiation Protection license # 092-0750-1 to provide sealed-source leak testing on any radioactive material with atomic number 3-105 inclusive; and, has National reciprocity recognition. State-of-the-art leak testing equipment, low cost, and prompt turn-around service ensure accurate and convenient measurement of your samples.

Leak Test Kit, 10-pack— HS-200177

Leak Test Kit, 2-pack— HS-200185

Infrared RS232 Data Cable and Software

Cable and software for connecting gauge to a computer or printer via RS232 port.

Infrared RS232 Data Cable and Software– HS-200313

Caution Radioactive Material Sign

8" x 10" metal sign.

Caution Radioactive Material Sign– HS-001057

Nuclear Gauge Security Restraint

Cable security restraint effectively locks containment box tovehicle or other structure. One-piece cable web drops easily over box and allows user to lock cables directly to containment box closures to prevent opening, as well as securing the complete box to prevent removal. Web is easily moved from vehicle to vehicle and collapses for easy storage when not in use. Allows for visibility of security labels on case when in use. A minimum of three padlocks are required, but not included.

Nuclear Gauge Security Restraint– HS-200820

Padlock

Padlock, which can be keyed so a set uses the same key.

Padlock– HS-000177

 

Digital Radiation Survey Meter

The HS-130508 survey meter provides an easy-to-use tool for surveying worksites, storage areas and transportation vehicles and is an inexpensive way to adhere to the survey requirements of an ALARA (As Low As Reasonably Achievable) Program. The HS-130508 measures alpha, beta, gamma, and x-rays. Its digital display shows readings in your choice of counts per minute (CPM) or mR/hr, or in accumulated counts. A red LED flashes and beeper sounds with each count detected and when the radiation reaches a user set alert level. Uses one 9-volt alkaline battery. Battery life is up to 2,000 hours at normal background radiation levels. Operating Range: mR/hr - .001 (1µR) to 100 mR/hr, µSv/hr - .01 to 1000 CPM - 0 to 350,000, CPS - 0 to 5000, Total/ Timer - 1 to 9,999,000 counts Gamma Sensitivity 1000 CPM/mR/hr referenced to Cs-1 37 Accuracy ±10% typical (NIST), ±15% maximum Energy Sensitivity Detects alpha down to 2.5 MeV; typical detection efficiency at 3.6 MeV is greater than 80%. Detects beta at 50 keV with typical 35% detection efficiency. Detects beta at 150 keV with typical 75% detection efficiency. Detects gamma and x-rays down to 10 keV typical through the window, 40 keV minimum through the case. Normal background is 5-20 CPM.

Digital Radiation Survey Meter– HS-130508

Digital Radiation Survey Meter, NIST Traceable

NIST Traceable version of meter above.

Digital Radiation Survey Meter, NIST Traceable– HS-130508C

 

Analog Radiation Survey Meter

The HS-130512 survey meter is a compact, general purpose meter capable of detecting alpha, beta, gamma, and x-rays over 3 selectable ranges. A red count light flashes and a beep sounds with each event detected. Uses one 9-volt alkaline battery. Battery life is up to 2,000 hours at normal background radiation levels. Operating Range: 0-.5, 0-5, 0-50 mR/hr , 0-500, 0-5,000, 0-50,000 CPM or 0-500 µSv/hr 0-50 mR/hr. Gamma Sensitivity: 1000 CPM/mR/hr (referenced to Cs-137) Accuracy: ±15% of reading (referenced to Cs-137) Energy Sensitivity Detects alpha down to 2.5 MeV; typical detection efficiency at 3.6 MeV is greater than 80%. Detects beta at 50 keV with typical 35% detection efficiency. Detects beta at 150 keV with 75% typical detection efficiency. Detects gamma and x-rays down to 10 keV typical through the window, 40 keV minimum through the sidewall of the detector. Normal background is approximately 10-20 CPM.

Analog Radiation Survey Meter— HS-130512

Analog Radiation Survey Meter, NIST Traceable— HS-130512C

Nux Nuclear Gauge Containment System for Humboldt Gauge

The NUX safety containment box is an enhanced field security system for nuclear gauges. Constructed of heavy-duty aluminum diamond plate, the NUX can be securely mounted to a host vehicle using the locking hinge pin. The box features a titanium series, high-strength lock assembly, which provides a secure storage enclosure for your gauge in its factory protective container. In addition, the NUX tilting feature makes accessing your gauge an easy operation. Help prevent theft, damage, back injuries, misuse of equipment, improper or unauthorized access to equipment or other misguided actions, which may result in unforeseen costs to your company. NOTE: When the metal transportation box is mounted in a vehicle it effectively becomes part of the vehicle. It is not part of the TYPE A package nor is it an overpack as defined by U.S. DOT. Therefore, the mounted transportation box is not subject to HAZMAT labeling requirements and no radiation warning markings are required on it.

Nux Nuclear Gauge Containment System for Humboldt Gauge– HS-200800

Nux Nuclear Gauge Containment System

Nux Case for Gauges

Nux Nuclear Gauge Containment System for Troxler 3400— HS-200802

Nux Nuclear Gauge Containment System for CPN Gauges— HS-200803

 

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