LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / August 19, 2014 / US Nuclear Corp. is pleased to announce a new purchase order from its customer in Argentina. US Nuclear Corp’s Overhoff Technology Corp division has recently received a $175,000 new purchase order for air monitors and process monitors. OverhoffTechnology won the tender with the Model 200SB which is a portable, light-weight (5 lbs) instrument applicable for monitoring tritium in the air. The Model 200SB is one of our most popular products, as it offers unparalleled functionality and reliability at our lowest cost. A large pump and fast electronics give this instrument a very fast response, which is useful for survey applications. Dual 200cm3 ionization chambers are utilized for detection, one for measurement and one for gamma compensation, to provide fast, sensitive results with zero drift with high sensitivity electrometer circuit capable of measuring ultra-low, femto-ampere chamber current.
Robert I. Goldstein, US Nuclear Corp CEO commented, “We are excited to deliver our Model 200SB and while this particular order goes to the nuclear power plants in Argentina, these instruments are also necessary to support nuclear power plants around the world, and especially in China as they move forward with efficient Molten Salt Reactor (MSR) technology as an alternative to conventional reactor technology. As countries around the world seek to meet constantly increasing energy demands we look to continuing our support for their safety and development needs as a leading provider of radiation detection technology.”
About US Nuclear Corp.
US Nuclear Corp headquartered in Los Angeles, CA, is a publicly-reporting holding company principally engaged through its subsidiaries operating two leading nuclear radiation detection companies, Overhoff Technology Corp which is based in Ohio and Optron Scientific Company Inc, in Los Angeles. US Nuclear Corp through its subsidiaries, designs, develops and manufactures full line radiation detection and tritium technology for the nuclear power industry, both domestically and internationally; US Government Agencies, EMT first responders, Homeland Security, Scientific Laboratories, Universities, the Mining Industry, and Hospitals/Medical industry.
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