Create “Live Source” like radiological survey exercises to enable your survey teams to experience:
Create innovative search exercises by placement within wooden crates or plastic containers. Hiding the simulation source within the boot / trunk of a vehicle is easy and creates a very impressive scenario. Even though the vehicle body is made of a metallic material not only is the simulation source detectable at typically 10 metres (33 feet) distance; students can survey the vehicle to determine the location of the simulation source within the boot / trunk facilitating excellent vehicle search, checkpoint or road traffic accident exercises.
The near isotropic source can be detected to a distance of up to 60 metres (200 feet) free space with a standard sensitivity simulation detector and 90 metres (300 feet) free space with a high sensitivity simulation detector enabling students to appreciate the difference in detector response sensitivity and characteristics.
No preventative maintenance, calibration or consumables (except batteries) are required ensuring whole life cost of ownership is minimal, expensive damage to real detectors is avoided and operational readiness is maintained.
Radiological sources are very expensive to purchase and ultimately dispose of at end of life. The administrative tasks associated with the acquisition / registration, storage, transportation, deployment, regulatory compliance and disposal of radiological sources are eliminated.
Easy to store, transport, use and deploy Radsim series sources and Radiological survey meters, dosimeters and spectrometry simulators provide you with the most realistic radiation training capability available. The graphic below demonstrates how realistic the simulated response is.
Normalised simulated detector response to the simulation source in free space. Readings will reduce depending upon shielding presented between the simulation source and simulation detector.
Standard simulators can detect the simulation source at a distance of typically 60 metres (200 feet) while high sensitivity simulators detect the simulation source at typically 100 metres (325 feet).