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RADTriage Dosimeter Badge

RADTriage™ dosimeter cards provide wearers (general public, medical personnel, first responders) timely personal radiation exposure information in an event of an accident at a nuclear power plant, a dirty bomb explosion or other type of radiological emergency.

When exposed to gamma or xray radiation, the The RADTriage™ sensor responds to gamma and x-ray radiation and changes color instantly. The color changes are permanent, cumulative and proportional to accumulated dose. Protective films attenuate low energy (e.g., below 200 KeV) x-rays.

The RADSticker™ is sensitive to gamma/X-ray radiation (higher than 30 KeV) and high energy (e.g., above 1 MeV) electrons/beta particles.

RADSticker™ is made under U.S. Patents #7,227,158; 7,476,874 and others. The technology was developed with funding from several U.S. government agencies, including DHS, DOD, DOJ, DOS, DHHS and TSWG.

See How it Works:

  • Instant radiation detection
  • Extensive field testing by Dept of Homeland Security
  • U.S. Military grade
  • Wallet / Badge holder size
  • Shelf-life up to 5 years by storing in freezer until use


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