NxGen® Ti detectors
The latest in crystal packaging technology. NxGen Ti provides increased scintillation performance with the same rugged specifications provided with Bicron® geophysical designs.
BrilLanCe® 380 scintillator in NxGen® titanium sapphire housing
For downhole drilling. Higher density, twice the light output, and sharper photopeak resolution (50% the full width at half maximum) of standard detectors.
BrilLanCe® 380 scintillation materials
Higher density, twice the light output, sharper pulse height resolution, and a faster decay time have made BrilLanCe® 380 the industry's choice for spectrometry and carbon/oxygen logging.
Of all the available scintillators, Nal (Tl) is the most extensively used material. Nal (Tl) has a very high luminescence (scintillation) efficiency and is available in single crystal or polycrystalline form in a wide variety of sizes and geometries. The material exhibits no significant self-absorption of the scintillation light.
Standard Geophysical Detectors
The primary use of our geophysical detectors is for oil and gas exploration. Our reputation for designing and manufacturing detectors capable of surviving use in the harsh environmental conditions of oil exploration has gained us wide recognition and acceptance in this industry. Saint-Gobain Crystals guarantees the hermeticity of the crystal housing will withstand the rugged operating environment. Our MWD detector technology incorporates all the dynamic design considerations of our ruggedized detectors with the advantages of an integrated photomultiplier tube and engineered design, thus allowing for unmatched survivability and performance of a fully functioning gamma ray detector system.
Slimline geophysical detectors
Engineered for applications that require a very small detector diameter yet function in aggressive environments.
Helium-3 gas tubes
Developed to withstand the high vibration, high temperature environments of today's "Measurement While Drilling" Oil Well Logging applications. The standard for x-ray proportional counter resolution continues to rise. Due to accomplishments such as these, gas-filled detectors remain one of the most popular technologies in radiation detection.
Geiger-Mueller (G-M) tubes
Commercially available tubes for over 40 years. The design of a Geiger-Mueller tube is often optimized for a specific application; therefore, considerable differences in shape, size, gas formulations and radiation sensitivity exist. G-M tubes are the gamma detector of choice for the highest temperature logging applications.