Radiation monitor ‘Model 9010’

Made by Radcal Corporation in Monrovia, Los Angeles county, California, United States, North and Central America, 1997-2005.

These various radiation meters were originally procured and/or used by the NSW government agencies including the former State Pollution Control Commission (SPCC), the Environment Protection Authority (EPA), the NSW Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC), and possibly the NSW Department of Health. These agencies, collectively over the years regulated the use of radiation apparatus (for example x-ray machines used in medical diagnostics) and radioactive substances (for example cobalt-60 ...


Radiation monitor contained in a hard black case, with five probe attachments. The control unit displays measurement results and menu selections on a liquid crystal display. The main user controls are the SELECT dial and the ENTER push button located on the face of the unit. The probes are grey boxes with different head attachments.


Radiation monitor made by the Radcal Corporation in Monrovia, California, United States of America, between 1997-2005.

Radcal is the recognized leader in radiation and invasive measurements for medical X-ray Quality Assurance, X-ray test and X-ray compliance. Other applications include, but are not limited to industrial X-ray and nuclear power ionizing radiation measurements. Radcal's reputation had it's beginnings in 1975 with the introduction of the MDH 1015. The 1015 was designed for the FDA as an easy-to-use, reliable and accurate radiation measurement instrument.

Radcal's Model 9010 is a radiation-monitoring instrument that can utilize a wide range of Radcal ion chambers. Typical applications include direct beam measurements for diagnostic x-ray, mammography, and fluoroscopy, as well as gamma radiation fields. It is used by hospitals and other health organisations to make routine or unscheduled service of x-ray machines.
Radcal Corporation 1997-2005


Gift of the Department of Environment and Conservation New South Wales, 2007
5 June, 2007

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