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Please join Mirion Technologies for a one hour Live Webinar

"Meet the all New Series 6LB™ System – For the Ultimate in Alpha/Beta Counting" 


Wednesday, September 26, 2018
1:00pm - 2:00pm (all times EDT.) 19:00-20:00 CET

This is our 5th in a series of free technical webinars that will give you the opportunity to interact with Mirion application and product experts on a variety of related topics.

Have you waited for decades for a new low background gas flow proportional counter?

Are you still using an old Tennelec from the first Bush administration?

Are you interested to see how Mirion Technologies has advanced the state of the art on a fundamental instrument found in nearly all radiation oriented laboratories?

Series-6Mirion Technologies recently announced the upcoming release of the new Canberra Series 6LB Alpha/Beta counter. With roots in alpha/beta counting going back to the original LB5100 of the 1970’s, the Series 6LB still uses a tried and true gas flow proportional sample detector as no one has yet successfully demonstrated a technology that can match the combination of low background and high efficiency.

Virtually everything surrounding the sample detector has been either improved or replaced. Using a combination of hardware, traditional software, and an embedded touchscreen interface, the Series 6LB is the easiest to operate alpha/beta counter ever.

This one hour seminar will start with a live, on camera overview of the new hardware stressing the ease of maintenance. We will then move on to show the APEX-Alpha/Beta software interface as it has been updated for the new Series 6LB. We will also show that many routine tasks can be accessed directly from the Series 6LB without the need to use the attached PC.

Who should attend:

  • Laboratory Technicians and Supervisors
  • Health Physics and Environmental Monitoring Personnel
  • Chemists
  • Regulators
  • Professors and Students