The sole focus at Analytics is the preparation of quality calibration standards and calibration-related products. Our in-depth understanding of the intricacies of custom-standard preparation and the preparation of interlaboratory cross-check samples makes us the premier supplier of custom-made radionuclide calibration standards and interlaboratory cross-check products. Analytics' experienced, professional staff ensures that you are able to purchase the appropriate standards for your calibration needs. Our continuing technical support after the sale guarantees that you meet those calibration needs.
Analytics is committed to ensuring the traceability of its radionuclide calibration standards. For more than two decades Analytics has participated in Measurements Assurance Programs (MAPs) with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and has successfully completed over 1800 individual measurements on 40 different radionuclides. Analytics' participation in the NIST/ Nuclear Energy Institute (NIST/NEI) Measurements Assurance Program for the Nuclear Power Industry satisfies the requirements of the United States' Nuclear Regulatory Commission's Regulatory Guide 4.15, Revision 1, 1979, and ANSI N42.22.
Analytics is an active participant with the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) subcommittee on radioactivity measurements. Analytics' personnel have assisted in the writing of the standard on traceability (ANSI N42.22) and are assisting in the set up of an accreditation program for standards suppliers.
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