Radiation protection made easy
Our modern Niton-analysers work with an X-ray tube. They are subject to approval according to § 3 of the German X-ray ordinance (RöV), which is why you are only allowed to use an instrument after your company has been granted an effective authorisation. The authorisation procedure is regulated by the individual German federal states, the Bundesländer and thus subject to varying regulations.
In order to obtain such an authorisation, you must summon an expert radiation protection commissioner in any case. The expert must have completed a radiation protection course according to RöV (technical qualification group R2.2) and possess the instrument-specific expertise. We are happy to advise you in matters of your authorisation process.
Our partner company Servantech GmbH is specialised in providing services and expert knowledge of radiation protection and authorisation processes and is happy to assist you.
A few analysers are operated with a radioactive source. These instruments are subject to § 7 of the Radiation Protection Ordinance (StrlSchV). These analysers, too, are only allowed to be operated with a valid authorisation. In order to obtain such an authorisation, you must summon an expert radiation protection commissioner who must have completed a general radiation protection course according to StrlSchV and possess the instrument-specific expertise.