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Dosimeter-radiometer MKS-08

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Dosimeter-radiometer MKS-08 is a portable multifunctional professional device to use for dosimetry and radiometry monitoring of the radiation situation.

Universality, simplicity of operation with dosimeter-radiometer and reliability of all components are ensured the widespread popularity of MKS-08 among professionals.

Measurement consoles of MKS-08 - UIK-05, UIK-05-01 and UIK-06 - have improved of modern effective operation modes:

  • Search and detection of ionizing radiation sources;
  • Express-estimation of radiation level due to one, two, three setting thresholds.

MKS-08 is adapted to the requirements of methodological instructions (see Article «Algorithms of the search») in which are given recommendations to make measurements and control the contamination level of radioactive nuclides:

  • territories and buildings;
  • scrap metal;
  • raw materials during the blanking operations;
  • building materials.

At the request of the customer we ca make a prior configurations of necessary operation modes.

The detailed description of operation modes and abilities of MKS-08 can be found in the book «Effective usage MKS-08».

The software from the delivery set MKS-08 allows to send the measurement results from the inner archive to personal computer by USB-cable.

Using MKS-08 together with the optional global positioning system (GPS) sensor or GPS-block allows to radiation survey of the area with geo-references and astronomic time. The archive data can be exported in various GIS systems.

The dosimeter-radiometer includes one of the measurement consoles: UIK-05, UIK-05-01 or UIK-06.

UIK-05 (Figure 1) has a metal case providing increased resistance to external mechanical stress and a battery-type power supply.

UIK-05-01 (Figure 1) has a metal case providing increased resistance to external mechanical stress and a accumulator-type power supply.

UIK-06 (Figure 2) is a handheld version, significantly reduced in size and weight compared to the UIK-05, with controls that are convenient for working in mobile conditions. Built-in rechargeable power supply. The presence of a leather case and a set of fastening straps provide increased convenience of working with small-sized detection units that are part of the dosimeter-radiometer (BDMG-96, BDZA-96t, BDZB-96s).

Dosimeter-radiometer MKS-08. UIK-05, -05-01, -06

 

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Operation conditions

The ambient temperature is from minus 40 to plus 50°C.

The relative air humidity up to 95% at 35°C.

Purpose

The dosimeter-radiometer is used to solve the following tasks:
  1. Radiation control:
    • measurement ambient equivalent dose rate Ḣ*(10) and ambient equivalent dose Ḣ*(10) of X-ray and gamma (including pulsing) radiation;
    • measurement ambient equivalent dose rate Ḣ*(10) and ambient equivalent dose Ḣ*(10) continues gamma (including pulsing) radiation;
    • measurement ambient equivalent dose rate Ḣ*(10) and ambient equivalent dose Ḣ*(10) neutron-radiation.
    • measurement of flux density of alpha-, beta-, gamma-radiation.
  2. Search and localization of sources and fields of ionization radiation.
  3. Gamma-ray logging is a measurement of the flow of gamma radiation and the exposure dose rate of gamma radiation in wells, pits and in liquid technological environments.
  4. Radiation survey of the area with binding of the measurement results to the geographical coordinates of the area (with a GPS sensor).

Main tasks are solved by dosimeter-radiometer MKS-08

  • Radiation control. Measurement of surface flux density of alpha-radiation
    Modifications of dosimeter-radiometer
    (type of probe)
    Measurement range
    MKS-08A (BDZA-96) from 0,3 to 1·106 min-1·cm-2
    MKS-08As (BDZA-96s) from 0,1 to 5·104 min-1·cm-2
    MKS-08At (BDZA-96t) from 0,1 to 3·106 min-1·cm-2
  • Radiation control. Measurement of surface flux density of beta-radiation
    Modifications of dosimeter-radiometer
    (type of probe)
    Measurement range
    MKS-08B (BDZB-96) from 1 to 1·105 min-1·cm-2
    MKS-08Bb (BDZB-96b) from 1 to 1·104 min-1·cm-2
    MKS-08Bs (BDZB-96s) from 1 to 1·105 min-1·cm-2
  • Radiation control. Measurement of gamma- and beta-contamination
    Modifications of dosimeter-radiometer
    (type of probe)
    Measurement range
    of alpha-radiation
    Measurement range
    of beta-radiation
    MKS-08Gb (BDKS-96s) from 0,1 to 3·104 min-1·cm-2 from 1 to 1·105 min-1·cm-2
  • Radiation control. Measurement of gamma-contamination
    Modifications of
    dosimeter-radiometer
    (type of
    radiation detector)
    Measurement range
    of ADER
    Measurement range
    of ADE
    Measurement range
    of flux density
    MKS-08M (BDMG-96) 0,1 µSv/h - 10 Sv/h 0,1 - 10 Sv -
    MKS-08V (BDVG-96) 0,01 µSv/h - 30 µSv/h - 1 - 2400 s-1·cm-2
    MKS-08P (BDPG-96) 0,01 µSv/h - 100 µSv/h - 1 - 8000 s-1·cm-2
  • Gamma ray logging. Measurement of gamma-contamination in the boreholes and pits
    Modifications of dosimeter-radiometer
    (type of probe)
    Measurement range
    of exposure dose rate
    Measurement range
    of gamma-flux
    MKS-08K (BDKG-96) from 1 to 1·104 µR/h from 4 to 4·104 s-1
  • Radiation control. Measurement of ambient equivalent dose rate and Ḣ*(10) and ambient equivalent dose Ḣ*(10) of X-ray and gamma (including pulsing) radiation
    Modifications of dosimeter-radiometer
    (type of radiation detector)
    Measurement range of AEDR Measurement range of AED
    MKS-08Gm (BDKS-96b) from 0,01 µSv/h to 1 Sv/h from 0,1 to 10 Sv
  • Radiation control. Measurement of ambient equivalent dose rate and Ḣ*(10) and ambient equivalent dose Ḣ*(10) neutron radiation
    Modifications of
    dosimeter-radiometer
    (type of
    radiation detector)
    Measurement range
    of ADER
    Measurement range
    of ADE
    Flux density
    MKS-08N (BDMN-96) from 0,1 µSv/h to 0,1 Sv/h from 0,1 to 10 Sv from 0,1 to 1 s-1·cm-2
    MKS-08Nk (BDKN-96)