John Caunt Scientific has been designing and supplying nuclear radiation detection and measurement instrumentation for over 35 years. Since 1975, user defined requirements and early engagement with our customers, in specifying and matching exact detection and measurement needs, has underpinned our development approach.
Understanding the key features and benefits of our instruments for our customers in a variety of sectors, is key to our success. This approach allows us to align the development and evolution of our product range with the requirements of our customers and sectors in which we operate.
Flexibility underpins the operation of the RMS30 where sample time, counting period, alarm thresholds (per probe) can be defined by the operator. The RMS30 can be portable (battery-powered) or mains-powered, bench or wall-mounted, have variable… more
Developed in partnership with AWE the GMS595 wide-range gamma dose rate monitor combines the measurement range of a suite of gas-filled detectors into a single hand-held instrument. Set to be the new standard gamma dose-rate… more
The GMS310 Core Gamma Logger is a handheld Gamma Spectrometer designed to detect naturally occurring gamma radiation. The GMS310 offers the ability to log elemental concentrations of Uranium, Thorium, and Potassium by means of spectral… more
The John Caunt Scientific GMS311 Spectral Gamma Logger is a hand held Gamma Spectrometer designed to detect naturally occurring gamma radiation. The Instrument is used to monitor gamma radiation over a user defined period and… more
The GMS312 Core Analyser is a Rolling Gamma Spectrometer designed to detect naturally occurring gamma radiation. Cores from 3 1/2in to 12in can be accommodated. The GMS312 offers the ability to log elemental concentrations of… more
The ED3 Active Extremity Dosimeter provides monitoring of Hp(0.07) for betas and gammas on the extremities. Monitoring the extremities is extremely important when handling radiopharmaceuticals, in cardiology, oncology and glove box work as whole body… more