Raddec Pyrolyser-Trio Furnace System

Efficient and rapid extraction of tritium, 14C, 36Cl and 129I from any material

The Pyrolyser Trio furnace systems have been scientifically designed and evaluated to provide a safe and efficient means of extracting volatile radionuclides from almost any type of sample (foodstuffs, biota, soil, sediment, concrete and other building materials, metals and bioassay samples).

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Pyrolyser-6-Trio system designed with six individual work tubes and three independent heating zones to simultaneously extract volatile radionuclides from six samples.

Pyrolyser-6-Trio system designed with six individual work tubes and three independent heating zones to simultaneously extract volatile radionuclides from six samples.

Pyrolyser-6-Trio system designed with six individual work tubes and three independent heating zones to simultaneously extract volatile radionuclides from six samples.

Pyrolyser-6-Trio system designed with six individual work tubes and three independent heating zones to simultaneously extract volatile radionuclides from six samples.

Pyrolyser-6-Trio system designed with six individual work tubes and three independent heating zones to simultaneously extract volatile radionuclides from six samples.

Pyrolyser-6-Trio system designed with six individual work tubes and three independent heating zones to simultaneously extract volatile radionuclides from six samples.

Pyrolyser-6-Trio system designed with six individual work tubes and three independent heating zones to simultaneously extract volatile radionuclides from six samples.

Pyrolyser-6-Trio system designed with six individual work tubes and three independent heating zones to simultaneously extract volatile radionuclides from six samples.

Pyrolyser-6-Trio system designed with six individual work tubes and three independent heating zones to simultaneously extract volatile radionuclides from six samples.

Pyrolyser-6-Trio system designed with six individual work tubes and three independent heating zones to simultaneously extract volatile radionuclides from six samples.