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IEEE N42.54

American National Standard Instrumentation and Systems for Monitoring Airborne Radioactivity

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Organization: IEEE
Publication Date: 11 January 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 77
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This standard encompasses monitoring all types of airborne radioactivity including aerosols, noble gases, iodines, and tritium in the workplace, in effluent, and in the environment. This standard includes initial design, manufacture, minimum performance, performance testing, calibration, and maintenance requirements. This standard covers both real-time monitors and air samplers.

Purpose

The purpose of this standard is to integrate the relevant materials from ANSI N42.17B, ANSI N42.18, ANSI N42.30, and ANSI N323C into a single standard.1 The intended users would be government and commercial facilities having the potential for airborne radioactivity.

Document History

IEEE N42.54
January 11, 2018
American National Standard Instrumentation and Systems for Monitoring Airborne Radioactivity
This standard encompasses monitoring all types of airborne radioactivity including aerosols, noble gases, iodines, and tritium in the workplace, in effluent, and in the environment. This standard...

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