Trunk Monitor: Used for the vast majority of exposure situations, including veterinary and dental work, medical applications and non-destructive testing. The monitor results will be issued in terms of Hp(10) and Hp(0.07) to give whole body and skin doses. Purple Holder.
Area Monitor: For monitoring exposure around x-ray equipment or other designated / non-designated areas. Yellow Holder.
Outside Apron Monitor: This monitor can be used to monitor individuals when worn on the outside of a PPE apron. The monitor results will be issued in terms of Hp(10) and Hp(0.07) to give whole body and skin doses. It is useful for monitoring Carer and Comforter doses and will overestimate doses without any attenuation from the PPE. Red Holder.
Head TLD: This monitor can be used as an assessment for eye dose and will be reported in Hp(3) only. This monitor is preferred to the eye collar monitor if the radiation field in the vicinity of the eyes is not well known or doses may arise from beta emitters. The TLD dosemeter comes supplied with a head strap.
Eye Collar Monitor: This monitor is worn on the collar for assessment of eye dose and will be reported in Hp(3) only. This is only suitable for assessing eye dose when the radiation field is known to be the same at the collar and the eyes and the radiation only consists of photons e.g. interventional radiology. Red Holder.
Ring TLD: Ring dosemeters are most commonly used by those who perform interventional radiographic procedures and those who work in nuclear medicine to monitor extremity doses. The rings are adjustable to suit.
Finger Stalls: Finger stall TLDs are most commonly used whilst handling radionuclides. They have the advantage of a more accurate assessment of dose to the fingertip. The stalls come in two sizes, Standard or Large.
Ankle Monitors: These are used where the feet could get significantly more radiation dose than the rest of the body. Results are reported in Hp(0.07) only. White Holder.