Princeton Gamma-Tech Instruments Introduces New Radiation Detectors

Princeton, New Jersey – Princeton Gamma-Tech Instruments, Inc., a leading developer of X-ray and Gamma-ray Detectors and Spectroscopy systems, serving a broad customer base in scientific research, industrial materials analysis and homeland security, has introduced the next-generation of mechanically-cooled cryogen-free radiation detectors.

The Quiet-One™ is a proprietary PGT design incorporated into their Stirling cryocoolers, that replace liquid nitrogen as the coolant for nuclear and x-ray detectors and provide a smaller footprint and lower power consumption while offering low maintenance and long running life. PGT is the only commercial company in the world able to offer performance for mechanically-cooled nuclear detector that has same performance as liquid-nitrogen cooled.

Industries are now moving away from the use of liquid nitrogen as the coolant for nuclear and x-ray detectors and working with mechanically cooled devices. The main problem is microphonic noise caused by mechanical vibrations which result in peak broadening and poor resolution and results. PGT’s Quiet-One™ anti-microphonic mounting system solves this problem and ensures that there is no reduction in performance when integrated into these cryogen-free units.

For more information on The Quiet-One™ or other PGT products, please visit their website at www.pgt.com.

About Princeton Gamma-Tech Instruments, Inc.:

Princeton Gamma-Tech Instruments, Inc. (PGT) is a supplier of X-ray and Gamma-ray Detectors, Spectroscopy systems, Radiation Detection Area Monitors and Radioactive Radioisotope Identifier products. The Company serves a broad customer base in scientific research, industrial materials analysis, and Homeland Security. PGT has its headquarters with highly skilled R&D and manufacturing staff in its Princeton facility.

For more information about PGT, please visit www.pgt.com.

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