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WHAT PAPERWORK DO I NEED TO SUBMIT

  • Export permit (optional)
  • Authorisation to ship Radioactive material when sending projectors to South Africa for loading- Approved by Gammatec representative
  • Purchase Order and/or Payment
  • Permit/license to use, possess and convey Radioactive material for Industrial use
  • Permit/license to Import Radioactive material

HOW DOES HALF-LIFE WORK

The decay of radioactive elements occurs at a fixed rate. The half-life of a radioisotope is the time required for one half of the amount of unstable material to degrade into a more stable material. For example, a source will have an activity of 100Ci when new. After one half-life, its activity will be reduced by 50% to 50Ci. After two half-lives, it will have an activity of 25Ci, etc. All radioisotopes decay and half-lives can vary from minutes to billions of years. For example, Co-60 has a half-life of about 5 years while Ir-192 has a half-life of about 74 days and Se-75 about 120 days.

REPAIRS & SERVICES

Gammatec has a World-class Mechanical Workshop in South Africa with experienced technicians that can handle most repairs, service and maintenance on a wide range of RT Projectors, Equipment and Accessories.

An Interactive Calibration Management System (CMS) online portal is available to assist customers in tracking their equipment sent to Gammatec for repair/service/calibration.

SOURCE DISPOSAL

Dear Valued Customer.

This is to confirm that Gammatec NDT Supplies SOC Ltd in South Africa will accept back all sources supplied by us for safe disposal.

Depleted Ir.192 and Se.75 sources from foreign suppliers may be accepted for safe disposal by Gammatec on condition that replacement sources are purchased on a one-for-one basis. Depleted Se.75 sources will be delivered to the original supplier for safe storage.

Our acceptance of foreign sources for safe disposal is based on conditions pertaining to applicable South African Import/Export regulations at the time of the request.

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