Measure the radioactivity of any radionuclide


And don’t forget, you can use your own geometries too.

In Kromek’s On-Demand Quant webinar, our Project Manager, Raashi Basu, will talk you through peak activity calculations, energy and resolution calibrations as well as our range of Civil Nuclear radiation detectors and software available to you.

Register here to watch our On-Demand Quant Webinar, available now!


A quick ‘Quantitative’ summary

At Kromek, we have a range of gamma spectroscopy software available to you, suitable for different levels of expertise. For example, KSpect is free and perfect for those working at entry-level, such as in a student class. Meanwhile, MultiSpect Analysis (MSA) contains more features and allows civil nuclear workers or professional researches to use multiple radiation detectors simultaneously.

We also can supply with you a range of radiation detectors, optimal for use in Civil Nuclear applications. These detectors can be used in any geometry to calculate the activity of any source.

Using our MultiSpect Analysis software, you can calculate all of the following:

  1. Energy calibration – used to convert channel number to energy and quickly identify the isotope measured
  2. Resolution calibration – takes account for the variation in resolution with respect to channel, a default resolution curve is available for each detector model but you can still perform your own
  3. Efficiency calibration – used to calculate the activity of a source when the detector and radioactive sources are used in a fixed geometry

Can I really analyse any radionuclide?

Yes! Simply choose the radionuclide you want to analyse from our extensive library of 416 sources. With MSA Premium, you can inspect a variety of different variables, such as half-life, gross count, when an energy calibration has been completed and more.

Find out exactly how all this and more is possible in our On-Demand Quant Webinar

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