RDS offers a wide variety of services designed to do everything from helping your location decide what the appropriate type of detector is to ensuring that your detector runs as efficiently as possible for the entirety of its lifespan. No matter what system you have or what kind of site you operate, we will be able to assist with all your radiation detector needs.

Site Assessment:
Site Assessments ensure that that the customer knows what type of radiation detector they should get based on their site. A trained technician walks around the site with the customer to discuss the site specific needs and address any questions the customer may have regarding radiation detectors along with any other concerns the customer may have. A quote will be provided at the request of the customer within 24 hours of the site assessment.

Annual Calibrations and Preventative Maintenance:
Radiation detectors require annual calibration as per 10 CFR part 835.401(b) regulation. Calibrations include minor repair and troubleshooting to ensure the instrument is operating in accordance to manufacture specifications. Upon the successful completion of the calibration, we will provides an American National Standards Institute (ANSI) calibration certificate.While onsite performing the annual calibration RDS will also perform minor preventative maintenance measures, such as sealing small holes in the detector boxes, checking the alignment of the proximity sensors, and checking to ensure the cables are all in good condition. Any issues found during the preventative maintence are brought to the clients attention prior to the technician leaving site.For clients who want their systems calibrated or inspected on a more frequent basis we also offer Bi-Monthly and Quarterly service agreements.

Installations:
We offer customized installations of portal monitor systems by trained and knowledgeable technicians. We will act as both the service provider and consultant at every stage of the equipment installation.

Trainings:
RDS also offers onsite training for both Radiation Portal Monitors and Handheld Units. Trainings typically run between 30 minutes to an hour depending on the topics being covered and how many questions are asked. Training can be done on an informal basis, or in a more standard classroom style.