Do you have a vehicle/portal system operating with Windows XP?
Typically this will be an All in One or IEI system or even running on a standard computer. Were you aware that:
XP stopped being the major Windows platform in 2008?
Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP in 2014?
New drivers or updates stopped being produced by third parties in 2019?
If you have a machine running XP it is therefore likely to be of considerable age for a computer… should you be considering a replacement for a machine of this age before it fails, leaving you unable to scan for radioactive sources? Find out more here
Who are we?
What do we do?
With the expertise born of long association with the waste industry and recycling machinery, we are RadCommGB, the UK Agents for RadComm Europe and an authorised distributor for RadComm radiation detection equipment, specialising to keeping the processing of waste safe from radioactive sources.
We can provide a complete package from site survey, sales, installation, service, repairs, maintenance and calibration for RadComm detection systems.
The future of Radiation Detection Technology
With sources being a variety of sizes and shapes; consider the news when a physically small source of only 8mm by 6mm was ’lost’ by a mining company in Australia in 2022, it is important to not only recognise the dangers of radioactivity but also some of the ways in which they many manifest.
Take a look at our FAQ pages to help with these and other questions you may have about radioactivity, sources and radiation.