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PERSONAL AIR SAMPLER & RADIATION DETECTOR

Model # MINI-AIR RAD Total Airborne Activity

Model# MINI-AIR Sampler for all Airborne Hazards

FEATURES:
  • DETECTS 6 x 10-8 µCi/cc in 30 minutes
  • BATTERY OPERATED
  • INTEGRATED EXPOSURE
  • READS DIRECTLY IN Cts/Sec or µCi
  • CAN DRAW AIR FROM ROOM OR BREATHING ZONE
  • QUICK CHANGE FILTER
  • OPTIONAL SNIFFER HOSE
  • OPTIONAL: RS-232 COMPUTER AND/OR DATALOGGER INTERFACE

APPLICATION: The Mini-Air Series Air Monitor assures Safety against airborne radioactivity contamination by means of constant monitoring check. Optional alarm and record capability. It provides integrated exposure information. The MINI-AIR Series is sensitive and versatile. Although designed as an industrial workplace and hospital breathing air measurement system, it may also be used to monitor fume hoods and stack effluent.
 
FIRST RESPONDERS: When entering a smokey area a fireperson or first responder can take a real-time measurement for Air-Borne radioactivity with Mini-Air/Radiation Detector/Coil Card plugged into TBM-3D read-out. Then he takes a longer more precise sample by simply wearing the MINI-AIR on his belt and mating it to the TBM-3D at the end of the day to read out his total exposure for the day.
 
DESCRIPTION: The MINI-AIR Series uses standard or charcoal filters in TA's unique quick change, no leak holders to trap any airborne radio-nuclides. The filter is under constant surveillance via a GM detector. Air is drawn by a high volume pump through the filter and exhausted to the room or through an optional hose. An Inlet and outlet hose may be attached to allow monitoring of hoods, glove boxes, stacks, etc. The pump is controlled by a rocker switch wired into the pump circuit. The unit is completely self-contained and portable. Complete with 10 charcoal and 100 glass fiber filter disks. 1.5" diameter standard, 1" optional
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Figure 1: MINI-AIR-RAD
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Figure 2: TBM-3D



TA  TECHNICAL ASSOCIATES
7051 ETON AVENUE * CANOGA PARK, CA 91303
TELEPHONE (818) 883-7043 * FAX(818) 883-6103
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PERSONAL AIR SAMPLER & RADIATION ALARM

Model # MINI-AIR Total Airborne Activity

Model# MINI-AIR Sampler for all Airborne Hazards

SPECIFICATIONS:




Model: includes Pump Batteries, Filter MINI-AIR-RAD MINI-AIR
Has Belt Clip: Yes Yes
Detector: T-1210 GM Tube External
Size/Style: 1`` dia. Pancake  
Window: Mica 1.5 - 2.0 mg/cm2  
Detector: Radiation Beta, Gamma STB-3
(External)
Biological Hazards;
Chemical Hazards
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Iodine: Optional Optional
Detects Particulates: Yes Yes
Detects Aerosol & Reactive Gases*: Yes Yes
Filter: Glass Fiber
 100 ea  included  Charcoal Filter Paper- 1" dia 10 ea. included
Yes
Optional
Yes
Optional
Iodine Sensitivity: (30 min) 5 x 10-8 µCi/cc  
Public Release: (1 x 10-10 µCi/cc) 10 Hour exposure  
Dimensions: 1.75" diameter x 10.5"L 1.75" diameter x 8.5"L
Weights:    
     Electronics: 1.5 lbs See Choices
     Detector + Filter Holder: 1 lbs 12.5 oz
     Pump:    2 liters/min Included Included
RAD Shielding: Optional None
*Detects all airborne activity except
Noble Gases, H-3,Fe-55
Yes N/A
Electronics: TBM-3D See Options



Model:   TYPE LIFE ALKALINE LITHIUM
MINI-AIR-RAD Pump, Filter, Detector 6 ea AA 50 Hrs 100 Hrs
TBM-3D Digital Ratemeter 6 ea AA 100 Hrs 200 Hrs




TA  TECHNICAL ASSOCIATES
7051 ETON AVENUE * CANOGA PARK, CA 91303
TELEPHONE (818) 883-7043 * FAX(818) 883-6103
e-mail: tagold@nwc.net     www.tech-associates.com


PERSONAL AIR SAMPLER & RADIATION ALARM

Model # MINI-AIR Total Airborne Activity

Model# MINI-AIR Sampler for all Airborne Hazards

Easy Procedure for Use
A.Quick Safety Check:
1. Turn on Ratemeter
2. Put in clean filter
3. Make Test Count (pump on)
4. Turn on Pump
5. Wait for 2 to 10 minutes
6. Reattach Ratemeter
7. Digital display read out directly in counts per secon, or in uCi trapped in the filter (for a single isotope of interest with known conversion factor).

B. Rescue Mode - requires TBM-3DA (which has the optional audio alarm)
1. As above but instead of placing Mini-Air in suspect location.
    Clip Mini-Air to your belt with pump on.
2. If desired, place ratemeter in coat pocket and attach to Mini-Air.
3. Enter area, make rescue, listen for alarm to know if radiation level is dangerous.

C. Daily Exposure measurement

  1. Turn on Ratemeter.
  2. Put in clean filter.
  3. Make Test Count (pump Off).
  4. Detach sampler and clip it to your belt.
  5. Turn on Sampler.
  6. At end of job or workshift, Reattach Ratemeter.
  7. Write down final countrate.
  8. Digital display reads out directly in counts per second, or in uCi trapped in the filter (for a single isotope of interest with known conversion factor).
        A. Filter must be clean at start of each new air sample.
        B. User can change readout units, by inputting new conversion factor.
        C. Flow Rate is pre-set at factory.


TA  TECHNICAL ASSOCIATES
7051 ETON AVENUE * CANOGA PARK, CA 91303
TELEPHONE (818) 883-7043 * FAX(818) 883-6103
e-mail: tagold@nwc.net     www.tech-associates.com


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