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John Caunt Scientific Limited

John Caunt Scientific Ltd. (JCS) has been involved with nuclear radiation detection, measurement and shielding products since 1975.

We have long standing history in key nuclear sectors where we have built a strong reputation for quality, service and support.

The JCS range of products includes hand held instruments for detecting and measuring neutron, gamma and x-ray radiation, a vast range of scintillation detectors, laboratory counting equipment, explosives / contraband detection equipment, standard format
& bespoke neutron shielding materials, bespoke x-ray & gamma shielding materials.

JCS runs a dynamic business model, which has a strong emphasis on partnerships and a valued supply chain. In-house core skills, capability and expertise ensure effective response and understanding of our customers’ requirements.

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Address: The Gatehouse
Summerseat
Bury
BL9 5PE
Country:UK
Number of employees:10
Company type:Limited
Ownership 1:Private
Year created:1975
Qualifications:ISO9001:2000
Products: Health Physics (other than Radiation Detection):
Hand held monitoring equipment
Lead shielding
Neutron shielding
Surveys/mapping

Irradiation / Sources / Accelerators:
Sources: calibration

Medical:
Gamma detecting surgical probes
Radionuclides calibration standards
Shielding products and services

Neutron Absorbers:
Boral
Boron carbide
Manufacture of neutron absorbing components

Nuclear Instrumentation and Radiation Detection:
Gamma detectors
Gammaspectrometers/Multi Channel Analyzers (portable)
Neutron flux measurement/mapping systems
Preamplifiers
Proportional counters
Signal/pulse generators
X-ray detection and measurement

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