Products & solutions presented during intersec 2024 in Dubai

Thank you for allowing us to be exhibitors at intersec trade fair once again. It was a great time in Dubai, with many interesting people to talk to. We are looking forward to the next time and will now get to work and send all the information to our new business partners.

If you did not have the opportunity to visit the fair, please have a look at the following information about our new product solution for radiation measurement. Please feel free to contact us for further information.


The GRAETZ RadXplore-ident is an ultra-compact, rugged, sensitive Radionuclide Identifying Device (RID). It provides superior usability by offering a wider energy range, higher throughput, and better stability in a wearable handheld. For the first time, a 2”x 1” size BGO detector is combined with high precision, high-speed digital electronics in an ergonomic lightweight enclosure. The novel design features a water-tight aluminum housing and is small enough to be worn on a belt.

Measuring Kit for Nuclear-operations

Relief forces for N-operations of fire brigades have a need of special equipment. For mobile command and measuring truck GRAETZ offers a special transport case with the following measuring devices for NBCR measuring operation:

  • 6 pcs. of Electronic Personal Dosemeter
  • 1 pc. of Dose Rate Meter
  • 1 pc. of Contamination Monitor
  • 1 pc. of Dose Rate Alarm Unit

This equipment is completed by the GRAETZ telescope probe and the additional Dose Rate Meter X5C plus.

Dose Rate Alarm unit GammaFlash

The GammaFlash is a simple, robust, battery-operated dose rate warning device for the detection of gamma and X-rays. The dose rate alarm threshold of 25 µSv/h is used for fire brigade operations to determine the boundary of a danger. Below the alarm threshold, the GammaFlash shows its operational readiness by a red LED, the battery condition and, by means of the optical single pulse indication, an increase or decrease of the dose rate by changing the flashing frequency.