Sirad Radiation Detection Card
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This is a credit card size dosimeter that detects how much radiation you absorb by keeping it with your person the sensor on the card will change colors depending on how much radiation it has absorbed
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IndicationsRADTriage monitors 20 mSv and higher doses of Gamma/x-ray radiation in a radiological incident. The sensor instantly develops color upon exposure to radiation. Color development is permanent and cumulative. The longer the exposure the darker the color. The card is read more accurately under fluorescent light. How to carry the card One can carry the card with them daily in a pocket or purse How to read the card Radiation will darken the sensor located between the numbered squares. (1) Reading Dose: Estimate the exposure dose by comparing the color of the sensor with the color reference squares. If the sensor develops a color in-between any two adjacent squares, this indicates an in-between dose. DO NOT UNNECESSARILY Expose the card to sunlight. Expose the card to temperatures above 194°F/90°C Expose the card to temperatures above 140°F/60°C for a prolonged time Check the FIT indicator regularly The FIT indicator is located to the right of the sensor - the larger square with dark colored dots in the middle. THE NUMBER OF DOTS VARY FROM ONE CARD TO ANOTHER. If the dots have turned red the sensor has been exposed to excessive heat and the card must be replaced. The card is expired if the color of the area surrounding the dots of the FIT indicator matches the bar to its right. This can be caused by exposure to too much sunlight and/or heat, and means the card must be replaced Service life and storage IMPORTANT: THE CARD WILL SHOW A READING OF BETWEEN 10-20 mSv AFTER ONE YEAR OF USE AT 22°C AND IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT IT BE REPLACED. If stored in a freezer, the service life will be extended to five years. Make sure to mark the issue date on the back Cosmetic imperfections do not impact the effectiveness of RADTriage.
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