The measure of radio-isotopes is used in nuclear medicine to control and follow the contamination level of a patient who has manipuled radio-isotopes. Usally when measuring a radio-isotope, the first thing to do is to trap it and make it deposit on a support.
The Single Mast Electrodeposition Equipment – EDP 7000 system is the most efficient principle for trapping a radio-element in liquid solution.This principle allow to deposit the radio-isotopes contained in a solution onto a metallic plate. To measure the quantity of radio-element trapped, the metallic plate is afterwards placed into a suitable machine (spectrometer or other one).
single mast electrodeposition equipment – EDP 7000 features:
temperature control of the solution.
three sizes of solution containers.
easy maintenance by operator.
reverse polarity switch.
Read more about the Single Mast Electrodeposition Equipment on the SDEC website