The Quantulus GCT is a liquid scintillation counter for ultra low-level sensitivity that can fit into any lab. It has extremely high sensitivity and unmatched detection of low-level Alpha and Beta radioactivity which makes it an ideal solution for the most demanding applications.
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21 CFR Part 11 Compatibility optionally available. Please consult your radiometric detection specialist.
The Quantulus GCT liquid scintillation counter is a fully loaded benchtop instrument with unsurpassed performance for measuring man made, cosmic and other natural radionuclides. Patented GCT technology combined with BGO guard background reduction accurately measures near-background sample activity.
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