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Fenceline Radiation Monitoring System

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Center for Neutron Research (NCNR) owns and operates a heavy water-moderated nuclear test reactor and associated neutron beam research facility.

NCNR has a need to replace its current fenceline monitoring system for measuring environmental radiation levels with an active monitoring system using low level dose rate meters.

The environmental radiation monitoring system sought consists of remote radiation detectors with data logging capabilities, and software for downloading and analyzing the data. The remote units will be placed outdoors and must be capable of functioning under typical environmental conditions for Gaithersburg Maryland.

Further requirements are detailed via Solicitation Number: SB1341-15-RQ-0627. The response deadline is August 7, 2015.

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