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Our goal is to provide you with good reviews of radiation meters/detectors to help you find and purchase the best device for you.

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Radiation Alert Inspector Review

The Radiation Alert Inspector is a great hand-held radiation detector and monitor that detects potentially harmful radiation in the environment.  It detects ionizing alpha & beta particles, as...

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RADEX RD1706 Professional Radiation Detector Geiger Counter

RADEX RD1706 Radiation Detector / Geiger Counter Two Geiger-Muller radiation sensors Two different channels for validating  Beta and Gamma rays (allows for increased precision); Range of...

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Mazur Instruments PRM-8000 Handheld Geiger Counter & Nuclear Radiation Monitor

Mazur Instruments PRM-8000 Handheld Geiger Counter and Nuclear Radiation Monitor English & Japanese languages supported Detects alpha, beta, gamma and x-ray radiation (with American made...

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Trifield 100XE EMF Radiation Meter Review

Trifield 100XE EMF Radiation Meter Review Measures Magnetic, Electric,  Radio & Microwave radiation Omni-directional detection of electric and magnetic radiation Hand-held...

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SOEKS 01M Radiation Detector Review – Geiger Counter Reviews

SOEKS 01M  Radiation Detector Review - Geiger Counter Reviews Compact,  lightweight modern design Charges via USB Bright color display Audible alarm Numerical & Graphical display...

US West Coast Radiation Exposure: What are the real risks? – Radiation Expert Answers

US West Coast Radiation Exposure: What are the real risks? - Radiation Expert Answers Fairewinds Energy Education’s Arnie Gundersen talks about the risk to the US West Coast population from the ongoing releases from Fukushima Daiichi. Should we be worried about walking by or swimming in the Pacific? How safe are California’s beaches? What about eating Pacific seafood? Watch the VIDEO HERE!

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California Department of Public Health Officials, Jan. 7, 2014: “There is no public health risk at California beaches due to radioactivity related to events at Fukushima.”

California Department of Public Health Officials, Jan. 7, 2014: “There is no public health risk at California beaches due to radioactivity related to events at Fukushima.” [...] The volume of water in the Pacific Ocean has a significant diluting effect on radionuclides that are present and it is not anticipated that the concentration will increase in the waters off of the west coast. Perhaps the CDPH will provide information about the models they based their statement...

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