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Silverthorn28

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Hello,

Any one here can share knowledge/experience with the group on the subject? Canberra claimed that 2-wire models do much better with samples that are inhomogeneous in activity distribution on a planchet, but Protean argues that it's not true. Thanks in advance.

Offline GLW

Hello,

Any one here can share knowledge/experience with the group on the subject? Canberra claimed that 2-wire models do much better with samples that are inhomogeneous in activity distribution on a planchet, but Protean argues that it's not true. Thanks in advance.

Multi-wires have inherent advantages for certain applications,...

Are you;

Certifying large area sources?

Counting 45 mm loose contamination smears?

Validating ISO-8769 compliance for your facility source inventory?

Certifying a 47 mm planchette source?

I'm leaning towards Canberra is not lying as I and no one I know has ever known them to, and it's more likely Protean is advising to the notion that you do not require a Cadillac counting system for a Volkswagen program,...

They both supply fine products,...

Check your PM's,...
« Last Edit: Aug 19, 2011, 11:00 by GLW »

been there, dun that,... the doormat to hell does not read "welcome", the doormat to hell reads "it's just business"

Silverthorn28

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Thank you GLW, it's nice to have a confirmaiton from the experts.

 


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